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    Excellent video on leather cleaning

    Found this on another forum - it's an excellent video on detailing stained or dirty leather seats.



    I don't know what his cleaner is, but many use 1 part of Woolite to 8 parts water mixed in a spray bottle. You can message him and find out what he uses if you don't want to use the Woolite solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_TX View Post
    Found this on another forum - it's an excellent video on detailing stained or dirty leather seats.



    I don't know what his cleaner is, but many use 1 part of Woolite to 8 parts water mixed in a spray bottle. You can message him and find out what he uses if you don't want to use the Woolite solution.
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    Thank goodness my interior is black leather!

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    If a person cleans/conditions a car's leather interior on a regular basis it will not become overly grimy/dirty.
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    I wish I still had a car with leather interior.
    I always found cleaning it would be very therapeutic :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmerwmd View Post
    I wish I still had a car with leather interior.
    I always found cleaning it would be very therapeutic :D
    So, just buy a used M or Q - problem solved - let the therapy begin !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_TX View Post
    I don't know what his cleaner is, but many use 1 part of Woolite to 8 parts water mixed in a spray bottle. You can message him and find out what he uses if you don't want to use the Woolite solution.
    I use Saddle Soap mixed with warm water (about 4:1 ration between the saddle soap and water) to acheive those results in my Lexus GX with grey interior. I conditioned it twice over a period of 2-3 hrs to get that softness with Mequiars Leather Cleaner/Conditioner
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    Last edited by CakeDaddy; 02-25-2014 at 09:15 PM.

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    Thanks, Cakedaddy. Good ol' saddle soap was made for this kind of thing.
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