Leather Interior Treatment?

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Jaccordan, Aug 19, 2004.

  1. Jaccordan

    Jaccordan Guest

    I have been using meguiars leather cleaner softener or whateevr it is. When i do my leather it just looks the same as after i cleanedit (not applied meguairs, just a soap and water) Its like teh leather cleaner doesnt do much. Is there anything out there that will really have my leather looking good???

    Its black leather btw.
     
  2. Don_Rumsfeld

    Don_Rumsfeld Guest

    poorboys natural look

    or 303 aerospace protectant for a lil more sheen
     
  3. Jackhole

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    Woolite and water will leave it soft and supple.
     
  4. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Good leather conditioners won't leave a shiny appearance. Products that do also make the leather slippery. You might want to try Turtle Wax Leather Conditioner. It will leave a very light sheen, just enough so you know you put something on the leather but it is a light liquid and isn't greasy feeling at all.

    EMT makes a good point about precleaning the leather prior to conditioning it and Woolite and water does leave the leather feeling very soft.
     
  5. Don_Rumsfeld

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    Both poorboys and 303 are water based - so no greasy feeling.

    The poorboys natural look is more like a cleaner as it leaves it soft and supple but just clean looking -

    The 303 is a protectant with strong UV blockers that was developed for rubber/vinyl/leather on coast guard ships

    It leaves a super delicate sheen that makes the leather look new and not slick.


    They make a great 1-2 punch.


    And the Poorboys has a cherry smell so it's also like putting air freshener in your car.
     
  6. J-Passport

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    I personally use lexol.. it works well.. I dont like the leather looking wet.. it doesnt come like that new
     

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