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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; Z9 and Z10, love the results and smell....

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    Z9 and Z10, love the results and smell.
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    I would be more inclined to take care of my seats if they actually had quality leather...
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    I use meguires to clean the seats, but to keep them form getting hard i use pledge. I know iit sounds wierd but my interior shop told me to use it and it works great. Had my interior done for years and still looks brand new no wrinkles or cracks. I sue the orange sented because the lemon is to overwelming. The orange gives the car a nice smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
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    Good stuff
    Same here but I use the spray bottle, let it set for a while and whipe off.

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    Just bought Pinnacle leather cleaner and leather conditioner (seperate bottles) I'll let you know how it is. Buyer beware, the conditioner is 30 bucks, not on sale, but most pro detailers swear by it and they say the smell is unbeatable.

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    Zaino Leather in a Bottle and Leather Cleaner here.

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    I use the Meguiars as well and my seats are like new, but I never thought of saddle soap and mink oil, that makes perfect sense, I'm gonna try that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratdaddy07 View Post
    I use the Meguiars as well and my seats are like new, but I never thought of saddle soap and mink oil, that makes perfect sense, I'm gonna try that.
    Before you do you better read up about it, do a google search, you'll find sites out there that don't even sell a leather cleaning product, just leather itself, and they will tell you why you should NEVER use either saddle soap or mink oil on leather. It's not near as good as you would think.

    To clean your better off using Woolite 10:1 with water, if you have light colored leather you won't believe the crud it will take off that other cleaners can't begin to and it's completely safe, no "down the road" harmful effects. To oil, go with Leatherique.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayah-bird View Post
    Meguiar's here. Keeps the seats like new.

    Thats what I use.

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    I just got some more Z-9 and Z-10 in the mail today. I love that stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiggyZ View Post
    I just got some more Z-9 and Z-10 in the mail today. I love that stuff.
    Agree.......Z10 that is.......

    I've used Meguiar's one step leather care and it smell's almost as nice but does'nt spread near as easy.

    Is it as good ?
    Could be. The price is much better.
    Used it a few times and my seats did'nt come undone. So I'd say it's ok.........
    For the price try it. Might be a good 2nd choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
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    Good stuff
    I use the spray bottle type about once or twice a month.
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    Iwould have to agree on the saddlesoap too Good Stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by low_dreams View Post
    Oh yeah!

    I see Zaino bros was mentioned, I haven't used anything on my interior from them but they do have excellent products I don't think they'd sell it if it wasn't Class A stuff!

    I haven't tried saddlesoap either but have heard nothing but good from people who use it-

    'I' have used very few products on my vinyl, because from the moment I came across Malco's "leather" conditioner, I've been hooked! Lol that leather in the bottle remark above also holds true with Maalco!! It's like they turned the skin into a liquid and smells SUPER sexy; nothing but compliments from the females! Unlike an air freshner just a rich smell that keeps factory leather (vinyl) soft!
    I am sure the product you use is good, but vinyl and leather are two totally different meterials!

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    I just bought and applied Zaino Leather Conditioner to my seats! WOW!
    I can't believe the difference. I used to use Meguiar's, but I got sick of the slippery feel and it didn't help maintain the smell of the leather. The Zaino not only smells like leather, but its not greasy and I can't beleive how soft and new it made my leather feel. Even better, I don't want to get out of my car cause it smells so good! ZAINO ROCKS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    I just bought and applied Zaino Leather Conditioner to my seats! WOW!
    I can't believe the difference. I used to use Meguiar's, but I got sick of the slippery feel and it didn't help maintain the smell of the leather. The Zaino not only smells like leather, but its not greasy and I can't beleive how soft and new it made my leather feel. Even better, I don't want to get out of my car cause it smells so good! ZAINO ROCKS!
    Wow...I'm going to have to try some of that stuff.

    Did you get it at a store, or you you have to order it online??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    Wow...I'm going to have to try some of that stuff.

    Did you get it at a store, or you you have to order it online??
    http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/...ory_Code=Zaino

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    Zaino is right in NJ. You will not regret buying this stuff!

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