What would you use to condition leather car seats?

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  1. PurpleSplat

    PurpleSplat Guest

    The seats in the car are a nice leather, but I'm not sure what to use to condition them so they don't dry up and crack. Keep in mind that I have to sit on these seats, so I don't want whatever I'm using to get in my clothes either. :o
     
  2. NorthPac

    NorthPac New Member

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    Check your owners manual, leather seats is made differently from make of car or model. A good leather conditioner I would think would treat all
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I use Meguiars Gold Class Leather Cleaner/Conditioner. I scrubbed the seats down with a good amount of it on a terry cloth and it got out a good amount of dirt and left the leather with a "Factory" sheen. nothing too shiny. leather felt soft and i sat on it after only about 15 minutes. The leather is now "Squeaky" clean again and looks quite nice as well.
    http://www.meguiarscanada.com/productdetail.asp?type=default&ID=187

    it should be locally available at just about any decent parts store.
     
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    first clean them with a very diluted solution of Woolite and a damp rag, after that use a leather conditioner and let it sit overnight, wipe any remains next day.
     
  7. exceldetail

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    Turtle Wax makes a great leather conditioner/cleaner. Smells great and aborbs easily. Doesnt leave an oily residue either. Another product maybe a tad better, is Four Stars leather conditoner gel.
     

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