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    Cleaning Leather

    I have two small kids and my Lac is a family ride on the weekends...as you can imagine my kids bust up my interior pretty badly on our trips. Can anyone suggest a way to clean the leather up again. The good stuff?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jrojas1128
    I have two small kids and my Lac is a family ride on the weekends...as you can imagine my kids bust up my interior pretty badly on our trips. Can anyone suggest a way to clean the leather up again. The good stuff?
    I know the feeling what kind stain or spill are you needing to clean?

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    Re: Cleaning Leather

    I have always used Meguiar's products on my cars. For the leather i use Gold Class Rich Leather cleaner conditioner.

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    Re: Cleaning Leather

    Quote Originally Posted by vicb View Post
    I have always used Meguiar's products on my cars. For the leather i use Gold Class Rich Leather cleaner conditioner.
    +1

    Awesome stuff

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    Thanks just bought the stuff but here come rain clouds lol

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    Here's my baby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the cadillac man

    I know the feeling what kind stain or spill are you needing to clean?
    Just general stains but I Alyson wanna try to get that nice tan color back... it's eluded me long enough lol

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    Also*

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    I also got that back to black stuff foe the trim on the running boards and rear bumper.

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    Re: Cleaning Leather

    Ok, here is what you need to clean and condition your leather seats...

    ONLY use Lexol to condition... I cannot stress it enough. Lexol is the best of the best however their cleaner isn't for "deep" cleaning. For deep cleaning you should use Turtle Wax Leather Cleaner & conditioner. Do not use any other Turtle Wax product though... garbage...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRSO
    Ok, here is what you need to clean and condition your leather seats...

    ONLY use Lexol to condition... I cannot stress it enough. Lexol is the best of the best however their cleaner isn't for "deep" cleaning. For deep cleaning you should use Turtle Wax Leather Cleaner & conditioner. Do not use any other Turtle Wax product though... garbage...
    Awesome...thanks for all your input guys..I'll try em all I swear LOL

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    Re: Cleaning Leather

    Try Smart Leather by Smart Wax, I only use their products on my car. Would definitely recommend them.
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    Re: Cleaning Leather

    Smartwax stuff is good also

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