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      08-05-2009, 10:06 PM   #1
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Exclamation HOW TO: Maintain your leather seats so they never crack or age


^ Hey guys, I made this post probably 5 or 6 years ago on a completely seperate forum, and even today it still helps people with all sorts of cars/trucks, you name it.
If it helps you, please post it on any other automotive forum your on so it continues to help others.

Regarding the types of "cleaning solvents" available, just use watered down Pine-Sol. Its probably the cheapest, safest and most effective cleaner.

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^damn, too bad I ordered the leatherique cleaners two weeks ago, but they will get the job done
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      08-07-2009, 08:02 AM   #3
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Love the signature Graham.

Nice guide.

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Originally Posted by darkphantom View Post
^damn, too bad I ordered the leatherique cleaners two weeks ago, but they will get the job done
Damn right leatherique will get the job done...................quite possibly the best cleaning and condition deep clean treatment for your leather, bar none.
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we will have leatherique on the line up soon, seems that everyone here is in love with the stuff.

Leather Master is also an amazing product with less work, its an apply let dry and then move on to the conditioner apply let dry. total time is usually 30min - 1 hour for the job to get done.
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