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This is a discussion on what to use on leather interior within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; I clean mine using a tupperware bowl of hot water and a little bit of dawn mixed in. Scrub it ...

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    I clean mine using a tupperware bowl of hot water and a little bit of dawn mixed in. Scrub it in with a .99 cent "at the counter" brush from Autozone. Complete wipe down afterwards...look at the filth on your towel.

    Then I go over everything with mequires gold class cleaner/conditioner. Scrub that in with the same brush as well. leave it on. If in the hot sun, roll up windows and close the door...let it soak in. If not, turn on heater and do the same. Once everything looks as though it has a sheen to it, or if your smaller wrinkles begin to disappear, then it's time to stop.

    Wipe everything down with a clean dry towel...get all of the extra product off.


    End result should be a DULL finish on the leather.



    May be a little over the top, but it works well

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    I been using mequairs for a long time it is great but I would like to try saddle soap but where can I find saddle soap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbodyNATION View Post
    I been using mequairs for a long time it is great but I would like to try saddle soap but where can I find saddle soap?
    Easiest place is walmart shoe section, it is widely used as a boot polish.

    Edit: I just saw on walmartdotcom they also have a liquid spray version that would be a much easier method.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KArcticSS View Post
    Easiest place is walmart shoe section, it is widely used as a boot polish.

    Edit: I just saw on walmartdotcom they also have a liquid spray version that would be a much easier method.


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    Just ordered some of the Zaino spray cleaner and the leather conditioner. Looking forward to using it!

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    I think you'll like it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Furious1 View Post
    Just ordered some of the Zaino spray cleaner and the leather conditioner. Looking forward to using it!

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    Stuff works great! Although I should have used gloves...my hands smell like leather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pogue View Post
    The best reason to clean and condition your seats is to keep them from cracking and tearing from weather and that kind of thing. I don't think it would help wrinkles though (how do you get wrinkles in leather?)
    Wrinkles are because the Leather seats weren't cleaned and conditioned from day one and are drying out......Thats why they "Wrinkled"

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    Zymol cleaner and then Zymol protectant


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    [QUOTE=RUFFTURBO911;2956040]Zymol cleaner and then Zymol protectant


    Yes that's what I have been using....It has a few steps as compared to a one step cleaner/conditioner but Ive always had good luck with it....Now, I have used Mink Oil on my dogs leather leash with great results too..so...I'm always open to try new or old products some times things change with time and you may find something works better or is a bit more economical with the same or better results.

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