can anyone recommend a good leather care product.....

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  1. ACLdestroyer

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    for mah 2010 audi a4 avant.


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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Recommendations in the EDU...
     
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    I think he just wanted everyone to know he has an A4
     
  4. BlazinBlazer Guy

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    Probably. As Jeremy Clarkson would say, "Audis are for cocks!"

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    or the EDUs are overwhelming and confusing, and he just wanted a straight answer...
     
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  7. Run N. Gun

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    :hsugh: Nothing overwhelming or confusing there. In the Detailing Products thread ( http://forums.offtopic.com/showthread.php?t=933189 ), in the very first post it says:


    VINYL, RUBBER and LEATHER DRESSINGS

    Vinyl and rubber can use the same products; Optimum Protectant Plus, 303 Aerospace Protectant, Armor All - I would discourage using the real shiny and greasy stuff on the interior - it attracts dust and makes the sun reflect the dash into the windshield while driving towards the sun.

    For leather, use a dedicated leather conditioner, like Leather Master's Leather Vital, Meguairs Gold Class for Leather, Tanner's Preserves, Lexol or Eagle One's leather conditioner. For tires, use Armor All or ClearKote's Tire Treatment.
     
  8. ACLdestroyer

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    This is it.


    Got it. Thanks!
     
  9. Run N. Gun

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    Glad to help, Bro! :bigthumb:
     

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