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Old 06-25-2005, 12:08 AM   #11
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Meguiers gold class leather cleaner/conditioner. Works great, but apply liberally. I use it about once a month on the mom-mobile and it works great. Plus it smells really good...
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I use Leatherique. It work like a champ!
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I tried the Mequiars leather wipes and won't use those again. It left the seats too slippery . I have sinced switched to the Mequiars leather foam & Zaino Z-10 . The Zaino has a nice smell to it and doesn't leave the seats all greasy/slippery .
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i have tan interior and the seats are tDRY and are starting to gt black lines. what can i use to make them new again?
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Black lines means it'* moisturized. A colour lighter than the colour of your interior [like for you, a lighter tan] means it'* dry. And there is nothing you can do. Once you get them, you can't get rid of them. However, if you work hard at moisturizing them and whatnot, they'll feel so good, it won't matter.


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I tried the Mequiars leather wipes and won't use those again. It left the seats too slippery .
I've never used those on seats, but I do like the way they work on my dash.
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