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Blue/brown interior conditioner?

Hi, have a 2015 Overland with the blue/brown interior. The leather is weird - feels like a dry leather. On all other cars w leather used mcguiars, but it leaves a greasy film on these seats. What do YOU use to condition your seats?

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Re: Blue/brown interior conditioner?

Damp cloth, like described it the owners manual, is all that is necessary. A mild cleaner if they get any real dirt spots is OK. Jeep 'real' leather has a kind of plastic coating, so conditioners are not required, as they won't penetrate anyway.




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Re: Blue/brown interior conditioner?

I have a Limited so I'm pretty sure your leather is different, i.e better, but I used Meguiar's Gold Class Rich Leather Cleaner & Conditioner with good results. Seems like it is going to be a little greasy at first but that went away within a day or so. I did my first treatment about a week ago and the seats are still a little slippery but nothing too noticeable.
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Re: Blue/brown interior conditioner?

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Damp cloth, like described it the owners manual, is all that is necessary. A mild cleaner if they get any real dirt spots is OK. Jeep 'real' leather has a kind of plastic coating, so conditioners are not required, as they won't penetrate anyway.




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