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      02-25-2013, 02:07 AM   #1
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Anyone know a good leather product ?

Hi all, the leather in the wife's E88 125i is looking a bit dry and rough. Does anyone know a good leather treatment that restores it? Not in the market for a turtle wax or ArmorAll quick fix. I've herd of people using leather conditioners that take 48 hours to work ect..
What do you guys think is best. ? Cheers
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leatherique is what you're after!

http://www.carcareproducts.com.au/pr...leather_system

They also by memory have a dye type product also by memory to rejuvinate dull looking seats
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leatherique is what you're after!

http://www.carcareproducts.com.au/pr...leather_system

They also by memory have a dye type product also by memory to rejuvinate dull looking seats
Thanks bud , will look into it
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The genuine BMW leather conditioner is also great. It is easy to apply and does not build up in the leather grain. Surprisingly, competitively priced to against some of the top shelf stuff and works just as well.
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The genuine BMW leather conditioner is also great. It is easy to apply and does not build up in the leather grain. Surprisingly, competitively priced to against some of the top shelf stuff and works just as well.
Will look into it. I don't mind spending the money for a good product but i want it to last for a while as well.
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The genuine BMW leather conditioner is also great. It is easy to apply and does not build up in the leather grain. Surprisingly, competitively priced to against some of the top shelf stuff and works just as well.
I have found the bmw products to be excellent also, especially their nano technology car care products
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I find Autoglym Leather Cream very good, too. I've used it on several cars and it works well. A pommy product, recommended by Aston Martin and some other manufacturers so not bad.
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I find Autoglym Leather Cream very good, too. I've used it on several cars and it works well. A pommy product, recommended by Aston Martin and some other manufacturers so not bad.
Will look into it , cheers
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Gliptone Leather Cleaner & Conditioner. I got mine from the U.K great product and works a treat you will need to get a shoe brush and a few clean microfiber towels. Take your time and it will come up like new
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Gliptone Leather Cleaner & Conditioner. I got mine from the U.K great product and works a treat you will need to get a shoe brush and a few clean microfiber towels. Take your time and it will come up like new
Cheers, will look into it
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Don't know how I missed this first time round but 'best leather product' really

gimp mask
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Don't know how I missed this first time round but 'best leather product' really

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