Platinum 2004 CTS-V
Leatherique is GREAT stuff. I ordered one of their kits a while back but still haven't gotten around to using it. If you take the seats out of the car and let the leatherique "bake" in the sun it literally pulls wrinkles out of the leather.I can't leave anything in my car that doesn't have a 200+ degree tolerance, or it will be melty after a day at work.
I treated my leather last weekend with this: http://www.leatherique.com/
I figured that the leather had to be drying up. Now it smells and looks like new. It wasn't bad at all to begin with, but it couldn't hurt.
Yeah but that's a dry heat.I didnt drive the V today, but the jeep said 103 in Dallas
Yup...you guys got nuthin on the H-town heat.:cool2:Yeah but that's a dry heat.
P.S. Who has their DSP set to Normal? Set that to Driver, I'm only concerned about how it sounds to me. :cool2:
I'm the only one who drives it, so it's normal to me!P.S. Who has their DSP set to Normal? Set that to Driver, I'm only concerned about how it sounds to me. :cool2: