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Old 09-30-2002, 05:10 PM   #1
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Ok, so I'm 35, and this is actually (no ****) my first car with leather. Drifter, quit laughing at me....I'm getting sensitive about this.

What do you guys (and gals) use on your leather (seats, not bedroom accessories), and why? In case it matters, I have 2 kids, 8 and 12......but I put a saddle blanket down for the dog. Deathrat, I don't even want to hear about the 'GM approved' leather care products. I don't have that kind of money!
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I use Simonz Leather seat cleaner and conditioner ( one bottle ).. I spray it on.. buff it in a bit.. let it sit for about 5 - 10 minutes... then buff it out ( that'* to remove any excess oil and prevents you from sliding into the passenger side while turning hard... ) ha ha ha..
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Ok, so I'm 35, and this is actually (no ****) my first car with leather. Drifter, quit laughing at me....I'm getting sensitive about this.

What do you guys (and gals) use on your leather (seats, not bedroom accessories), and why? In case it matters, I have 2 kids, 8 and 12......but I put a saddle blanket down for the dog. Deathrat, I don't even want to hear about the 'GM approved' leather care products. I don't have that kind of money!
Leather is nice. I like sliding around on Drifter'* back seat when he takes turns too sharply The only problem with leather is its sticky in the summer, freezing in the winter, and you don't get that soft fuzzy veluer stuff on your door panels like you do with cloth
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Yea... just don't drive a mini van in front of me.. then cut me off... and not think I will sit there and take it... it'* this damm toronto thing... everytime I drive in GTA.. I get all hostile... its a curse !!!! You think that'* bad.. try wearing a leather jacket in a leather seat and drive.. every move you make.. it sounds like you're letting a big fart go

It'* the seat.. I swear it wasn't me... ha hah a
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Yea... just don't drive a mini van in front of me.. then cut me off... and not think I will sit there and take it... it'* this damm toronto thing... everytime I drive in GTA.. I get all hostile... its a curse !!!!

AIYAIYAIYAIAYAIAYAIYAYIIAYAIYIAIAYIAIAY (now if only i had a spear to chuck at him!) I stuck my tongue out instead
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Now that'* the kinda back seat driver I"m looking for Tamara....

I think Will is going to get pissed at me soon...

It seems like almost everywhere he posts... I'm not too far behind bitchin and moaning about injecting something.. talking err typing his ear off... and making fun of his age.. ha ha ha.. kiddin will... seriously... I mean it... I'm kiddin... hee hee... don't worry.. people make fun of my age too...
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Now that'* the kinda back seat driver I"m looking for Tamara....

I think Will is going to get pissed at me soon...

It seems like almost everywhere he posts... I'm not too far behind bitchin and moaning about injecting something.. talking err typing his ear off... and making fun of his age.. ha ha ha.. kiddin will... seriously... I mean it... I'm kiddin... hee hee... don't worry.. people make fun of my age too...
Hey will....if you are REALLY REALLLLLLLLY nice to me I will tell you some interesting things about Drifter that you can make fun of HIM for...hehehe

Then again...he can tell you somethings to make fun of me about...
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If you have any dirt on that hippie, PM it to me! By the way, why do you spend so much time in Drifter'* back seat?
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I use Meguires gold class leather products. They do a really good job considering how used (not what you think) my leather is. The only problem I have is when the stuff comes in the paste (or non spry type) it tends to build up in the little holes in the leather and is apain in the azz to get out.

BTW: I like the sliding thingie on the seats. Thats what the adjustable sides are for!
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If you have any dirt on that hippie, PM it to me! By the way, why do you spend so much time in Drifter'* back seat?
I told you, I like the way I slide around the back seat when he turns real quick Plus I make noises and stick my tongue out at all the people who cut him off while he is driving

Hmm, lets see, maybe you could mention something about ***** to him...if you want to make him feel a little uncomfortable
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