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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-01-2012, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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Clean Leather?

I was wondering what kind of product you use to clean the leather for the is 250

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Leather Master is a really good product in my opinion.

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I use Rejuvenate Leather cleaner and conditioner...works very well and there is no silicone in the conditioner. Stuff is amazing...and I got it at Home Depot

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CG makes a good and affordable leather cleaner and conditioner.

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meguires leather cleaner and polish! spray is the best!
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Citra-Plus (Cleaner) + Short Soft Bristled Brush +
Leather Honey (Conditioner) Leather Honey (Conditioner)
= Cleanest seats you have ever seen!

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Pinnacle is a good brand that I have been using for some years now. It will clean thoroughly and will protect and leaves a good smell to the leather.
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I think the biggest thing with leather is to constantly upkeep it: clean it and condition it on a schedule every season or such.

I've always liked Meguiar's as well, but I don't do much leather cleaning.
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