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      06-01-2012, 02:13 AM   #1
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Leather Master

I've been doing a lot of reading on this forum, and I've decided to go with Leather Master for the Fox Red Novillo Leather in my new cabrio.

2 questions:

- LM has a wide range of products. Which ones do I actually want to use? I'm guessing I probably don't need the Mold Killer. But do I need the soft cleaner? The strong cleaner? The vital thingie? HELP!

- any recommended retailer in the US? Either in WA or on the intarwebs.

Thanks!
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      06-01-2012, 02:32 AM   #2
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Just buy the starter kit... it has the soft cleaner and the leather protector. That's all you need.

http://www.autogeek.net/leather-mast...ction-kit.html
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Leather Masters Three-Step Care

1. Leather Master™ Strong Cleaner – this can be diluted to the strength required

2. Leather Master™ Protection Cream – an aqueous (water- based) protector that places an invisible, breathable sacrificial barrier between you and your leather

3. Leather Master™ Soft Touch (ex Vital) -This is NOT a conditioner per se but is used to improve and maintain the tactile feel and lustre by rehydration and to ensure the leather remains matte, soft and supple.
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      06-01-2012, 10:33 AM   #4
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Leather Masters Three-Step Care

1. Leather Master™ Strong Cleaner – this can be diluted to the strength required

2. Leather Master™ Protection Cream – an aqueous (water- based) protector that places an invisible, breathable sacrificial barrier between you and your leather

3. Leather Master™ Soft Touch (ex Vital) -This is NOT a conditioner per se but is used to improve and maintain the tactile feel and lustre by rehydration and to ensure the leather remains matte, soft and supple.
I'd skip the soft touch. That is for revitalizing and adding moisture to old hardened leather. I very much doubt any E9x M3 is that old to need this.
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Thank you for the replies so far. How do I decide between soft cleaner and strong cleaner?
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Just buy the starter kit... it has the soft cleaner and the leather protector. That's all you need.

http://www.autogeek.net/leather-mast...ction-kit.html
+1 or buy the kit off detailersdomain

https://detailersdomain.com/Leather-...Kit_p_548.html
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Thank you for the replies so far. How do I decide between soft cleaner and strong cleaner?
How dirty is your leather? For clean leather, soft is fine for regular maintenance. If your leather is really dirty and stained looking, go with the strong. You can always go with the strong if you are in doubt. It'll just clean more whether you need it or not.
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