Originally Posted by eclipsisNA
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.
What would you recommend for leather that is very dry looking, showing white in the creases? I've tried Leather Masters, Leatherique and other things and they all don't do anything to remove the white dry look.
This is kinda what it looks like. This is not my car but looks similar. You can see the white showing in the leather creases.