Originally Posted by rjd598
then why do so many people use lexol? is that big of a majority misinformed
Good question. I guess Lexol doesn't try to make it clear that its most popular products shouldn't be used on the majority of auto leather. Lexol should be used on leather without a protective layer. An example I've seen in person are horse saddles, where (I believe) they lack a protective layer and the oils in Lexol penetrate the hide to keep it moisturized.