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    Leather conditioner

    I apologize if this has been previously discussed but a search did not turn up the info I am looking for.

    I would like to maintain the leather in my 05 STS but am confused by the dozens of products that all claim they are the best. I am certain that I do not want any silicon products. I don't want to use something today that I will live to regret in the future.

    The problem that is dricing this is I had a passenger get in with a metal buckel on them that scratched the seat. I rubbed it out as best as I could with a dry cloth to buff it and it's better but I need something more.

    What's the best way to treat the leather?

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    lexol!!!!!!

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    the best way to treat the leather is by kicking the passenger with the buckle out .never let someone with crap like that sit in your car . i had someone sit in the back seat of my 03 deville and put a small hole in the seat. i almost flipped the next day. but what i have used is meguires leather cleaner and conditioner (red bottle,cream). as long as you condition it it should be ok. do it at least 1 x a month

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    Quote Originally Posted by roquesr
    the best way to treat the leather is by kicking the passenger with the buckle out .never let someone with crap like that sit in your car .
    It was girl friend's purse strap. She had the strap over her sholder when she got in. I'm getting ready to fire her anyway. Fortunately it looks like a little conditioner will allow me to buff it out.

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    I always use Lexol cleaner and conditioner but I must say that if I had a new car, I would try the Meguiars leather conditioner. I've been meaning to try it. I absouluely love all their other products... I will be trying it the next time I do it, but the lexol works fantastic also..... Both are good brands with good reputations.

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    Leatherique.com

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    mother's leather conditioner the best

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    Eagle one. It says right on the bottle that it contains mink oil. That was enough for me. They sell a cleaner and a conditioner which work great together.

    Brian

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    Quote Originally Posted by MWA
    Leatherique.com


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    Re: Leather conditioner

    Speaking of leather, does anyone know how to get rid of those nasty dark creases in the leather? Almost seems like its dirty but when cleaning it gets darker.

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    Re: Leather conditioner

    Mack, Check that Leatherique.com site and even give them a call with your coloration problem. They are the experts in leather rejuvenation and dyeing and repair. I have used the two basic leather treatment liquids...rejuvenating oil and prestine cleaner and it is unbelievable the results on my 98 Eldo leather. They have been in business since 1968. Just follow their instructions which are available on that website and enjoy the results. I have tried about ten different so called leather treatments and none can come close.

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