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      01-22-2013, 02:29 PM   #7
urBan_dK
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When I did my leather last week I used cleaner and then Lexol conditioner and I was not happy with the results. The Lexol really oiled the leather and it would not buff to the matte look. My car is not a baseball glove! I re-cleaned using armor all leather cleaner/conditioner and got the matte back but I ended up going over my leather 3 times which is a huge pain! When i was done I dropped the Lexol right in the trash. I actually really like the Armorall product which surprises me because its cheap and generic. It made my steering wheel leather brand new again too.

My commute is super short too but I go out driving too much for fun. I might go drive for a few hours today even.
I've heard good things about Leatherique and Leather Masters for our interiors (not leaving a shiny residue). I'm probably going to give those a shot.
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