Originally Posted by Bmwe90sg
lexol is fantastic and cheap. bought some on my way back from california. was $5 something a bottle. here it is $20. another great restorer of leather (to original) and i swear by forever is leatherique. the rejuvenator and prestine oil. they do magic. probably around 5x better then lexol but 5x the price too.
i would suggest doing leatherique first, and maintain thorugh lexol. thats what i do. people still think my car is brand-new.
Great advice! So is this leatherique a cleaner as well? Or should I wipe down the dirty interior with a warm cloth first to get the dust off? (convertible top always down, but dirty rear seats is the outcome)
I heard Lexol was great!
I don't want that shiny finish... Matte real leather is the outcome I want.