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Re: Leather cleaner and protector?

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Maybe give the new ArmorAll detailer a try? http://www.armorall.com/products/vie...ex=protectants

Armorall knowingly worse product available for protection of anything in your car. Meguiars Car Care Products would be much better option, also not very expensive and you could get them even in Wallmart.
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Re: Leather cleaner and protector?

I would stay away from Armorall too.
Chemical Guys as I mentioned is really not to bad. I used the cleaner then the conditioner and it is pretty matte (what I wanted) So I would recommended them for sure. It also has UV protection as well.
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Re: Leather cleaner and protector?

I personally like products from Adams and Griots.
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Armorall knowingly worse product available for protection of anything in your car.
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Re: Leather cleaner and protector?

Thanks for the input. I guess I will have to do some more research.
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Re: Leather cleaner and protector?

Zaino is the best, The spray cleaner and leather in a bottle are great products.

One person commented it was still greasy, If you read the instructions it tells you to buff the excess when conditioning the seats. They dry perfect, no greasy feeling. I even do the steering wheel and have no issues.

I have used them all, Zaino is the best in my opinion.
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Will all these products have the same effect on Laredo leather trimmed seats?
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Re: Leather cleaner and protector?

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Zaino is the best, The spray cleaner and leather in a bottle are great products.

One person commented it was still greasy, If you read the instructions it tells you to buff the excess when conditioning the seats. They dry perfect, no greasy feeling. I even do the steering wheel and have no issues.

I have used them all, Zaino is the best in my opinion.
I have not yet done anything other then a damp towel with my overland but if I decide to I'll have to bust the leather in a bottle out and give it one more try, although, I tried using it on a couple different vehicles (acura TL, G35, Tahoe) and was never impressed as it still seemed to leave a slippery unnatural feel. And I have always buffed it out and let it dry.

I'm starting to believe with the leather in cars nowadays that a general cleaning with damn cloth might be the way to go due to the final coating that's now applied to leather. throwing a bunch of additives that soften the leather my make it more prone to wear as time goes on. I don't know.
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I'm starting to believe with the leather in cars nowadays that a general cleaning with damn cloth might be the way to go
Sounds like the process is really starting to piss you off?
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Sounds like the process is really starting to piss you off?
it is, damp it!
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Re: Leather cleaner and protector?

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What is your source for this comment?

Source is cracks on dash and leather people getting using armorall, some don't even suggest to use their products for tires. Just search different forums and you will read a lot. If you don't like your car or don't care - use it. Even by far not the best Meguiars are much better, just try it yourself and you will see results.
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