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Old 08-10-2005, 06:59 PM   #1
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I have leather in my Park Ave, and for 13 years old, its actually in great shape. no tears or cracks. I want to keep it that way, so whats the best product for it and how often to i apply it?. Magauirs?

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yea meguairs is a good product shouldve got some when u was at napa
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I used cheap stuff on my Deville always worked well, and it shinned up nice too! I forget the name.
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Jeff:
I use Leatherique and have never been disappointed. I also do other family members cars and no one ever complains.

If you have no cracks or worn spots on the driverí* seat bolster then you should try Leatherique.

http://www.leatherique.com/
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I have some professional leather care stuff ive been using for a long time smells like beautful leather panties, ill post the name up when i find the bottle, beautiful leather smell and all, its made by Ardex.
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LEATHER PANTIES?????????????

I use maguires......for leather care.
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...I use cotton...oh wait...that was panties...never mind...
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My 97 SE has fabric, but in general for cleaning leather upholstery, I'm a fan of using saddlesoap to clean away any dirt in the leather. Protect with Mcguires or similar.
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