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Re: Perforated seats, what to use...

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http://www.leatherique.com/products.html

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I always like to buy new products I want to tr out locally. Don't know why. I guess I assume that if the product isn't that great the cashier will be like "whoa! you don't want that stuff, it sucks!". I know that will never happen, but yeah.
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Re: Perforated seats, what to use...

I hardly ever waste my time going to local stores to find they don't have it anymore. In fact, now, when I do go to Best Buy and Home Depot, they are always telling me, "sorry, we don't carry that in stock, it's a website order item only." To which I reply, Then why do they have this store here, and waste money paying you?" And then when I go on the internet, everyone else has it cheaper than Home Depot and I end up not buying it from them anyway. They might as well work for Amazon and Ebay!
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I hardly ever waste my time going to local stores to find they don't have it anymore. In fact, now, when I do go to Best Buy and Home Depot, they are always telling me, "sorry, we don't carry that in stock, it's a website order item only." To which I reply, Then why do they have this store here, and waste money paying you?"
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Re: Perforated seats, what to use...

I've only ever used Lexol on my boots. I did use Meguiar's for a while and then a buddy of mine gifted me a detail kit which had a bottle of leather cleaner and conditioner that is made by Adam's Polishes. He had found it at a car show and loved it. I tried it and was pleasantly surprised and it didn't leave that greasy/sticky feel on my seats.

I don't think they carry this in local stores so I got to the website Adam's Premium Car Care - Cleaners, Waxes and Polishes Made in the USA
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I've only ever used Lexol on my boots. I did use Meguiar's for a while and then a buddy of mine gifted me a detail kit which had a bottle of leather cleaner and conditioner that is made by Adam's Polishes. He had found it at a car show and loved it. I tried it and was pleasantly surprised and it didn't leave that greasy/sticky feel on my seats.

I don't think they carry this in local stores so I got to the website Adam's Premium Car Care - Cleaners, Waxes and Polishes Made in the USA
They make a great car wash/detail kit!!! Haven't used any of their products on any leather yet but everything else is
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Re: Perforated seats, what to use...

Just an update, i tried the Latherique system and simply WOW!!!! The leather is so soft to the touch and the leather dash feels like silk. I fully recommend it!!!
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Just an update, i tried the Latherique system and simply WOW!!!! The leather is so soft to the touch and the leather dash feels like silk. I fully recommend it!!!
Yep, that's the stuff. Now get a bottle of Griot's leather cleaner for intermediate cleaning. You don't need excessive collagen wasted on the leather. You'll see what I mean when you do this a couple times. The leather is really soft and awsome!
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total clean then I use Ultima interior about every three months.
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