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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-10-2012, 02:35 PM Thread Starter
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I wanted to know what are people using to keep your seats like new??

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I use Acura's cleaners. My dealer gives it out in kits around the holidays.
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Saddle soap or diluted Woolite for cleaning. Soft/medium brush for stitching and creases.
Lexol conditioner works well for the price.

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^This, 50% woolite solution and then a coat of lexol conditioner

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Leather, saddle soap! Thats where you put your butt correct? In the saddle? Sealing it with mink oil!

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Thanks! I will give this try!
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I wanted to know what are people using to keep your seats like new??
Lexol leather cleaner and their leather conditioner has server me well with several vehicles.
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Zaino for me, they have a cleaner and a conditioner. I was upset about denim stains on my taupe leather and was shocked when the cleaner got rid of them.


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Zaino for me, they have a cleaner and a conditioner. I was upset about denim stains on my taupe leather and was shocked when the cleaner got rid of them.


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We're your denims new? Does not make sense to me it would rub off. Lexol works great for me.


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Yes, new fancy jeans and very light interior color.


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Thx. I'll make sure to wash my new Xmas duds first.


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The car is only six months old and the stains were pretty bad. I had opted for the protection package when I got the car and they already had someone scheduled to come and take a look at it. I took the car for service at the dealer and they had no hope but tried and removed a lot of the staining. I cancelled the service call, and used the Zaino cleaner, rubbed it with my fingernails and it just came off. After that I used the conditioner and the seats were like new again. I already purchased a brush I can use to rub more effectively the leather for the next cleaning.


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