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      08-25-2013, 02:57 PM   #1
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Forgive me if this review is out there, but I tried searching for it and couldn't find anything for this product.

Basically I am wondering if anybody has used this product:

http://www.detailersdomain.com/Auto-...ser_p_787.html

I have leatherique and will be doing that every 6 months to keep the leather in great condition, but I'm curious if this would work when I clean the interior for in-between those treatments? I'm wanting somethign that will clean the leather from just daily use that is somewhat easy to do that I can do when I clean the interior of my car. Right now I use Adams total interior detailer for wipe down the dash and other plastic bits.
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Forgive me if this review is out there, but I tried searching for it and couldn't find anything for this product.

Basically I am wondering if anybody has used this product:

http://www.detailersdomain.com/Auto-...ser_p_787.html

I have leatherique and will be doing that every 6 months to keep the leather in great condition, but I'm curious if this would work when I clean the interior for in-between those treatments? I'm wanting somethign that will clean the leather from just daily use that is somewhat easy to do that I can do when I clean the interior of my car. Right now I use Adams total interior detailer for wipe down the dash and other plastic bits.
Like alot of other guys on the forum I recently undertook a Leatherique treatment and I was incredibly satisfied. However, since then I have been using the pristine clean with a spray attachment as the "in between" clean/conditioner. I thought it was meant for that? Please correct me if Im wrong anyone, so far pretty good though...
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Forgive me if this review is out there, but I tried searching for it and couldn't find anything for this product.

Basically I am wondering if anybody has used this product:

http://www.detailersdomain.com/Auto-...ser_p_787.html

I have leatherique and will be doing that every 6 months to keep the leather in great condition, but I'm curious if this would work when I clean the interior for in-between those treatments? I'm wanting somethign that will clean the leather from just daily use that is somewhat easy to do that I can do when I clean the interior of my car. Right now I use Adams total interior detailer for wipe down the dash and other plastic bits.
Like alot of other guys on the forum I recently undertook a Leatherique treatment and I was incredibly satisfied. However, since then I have been using the pristine clean with a spray attachment as the "in between" clean/conditioner. I thought it was meant for that? Please correct me if Im wrong anyone, so far pretty good though...
I believe you are right, but I have a question. Does the at need to be really warm and sitting outside if you just use the clean or is that only necessary for the full treatment?
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I believe you are right, but I have a question. Does the at need to be really warm and sitting outside if you just use the clean or is that only necessary for the full treatment?
Here's what I did (do):

- A couple of months ago I did a full treatment, left it outside, windows up, about 30+ hours later I finished up and saw some great results.

- Since then I have just kept up the regular cleaning, with vacuuming first and then spray some pristine clean on an MF towel and "buff off"

Seems to work pretty well and keeps my interior look pretty clean. I like it how the in between maintenance doesnt add any gloss/shine to the leather.
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