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Old 09-17-2003, 03:35 PM   #1
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subject says all. What do you guys use?
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Meguiars! Cream and/or spray. The cream is amazing at cleaning out stains and conditioning. The spray, which is better since our seats have the holes, is GREAT and it shines the leAther really well, and it LASTS.
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Meguiars! Cream and/or spray. The cream is amazing at cleaning out stains and conditioning. The spray, which is better since our seats have the holes, is GREAT and it shines the leAther really well, and it LASTS.
I use Mequiars as well for mine. Cleans up the forumla milk stains really well (Need to teach mini-rogue to stop spraying the seats....)

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Meguiars! Cream and/or spray. The cream is amazing at cleaning out stains and conditioning. The spray, which is better since our seats have the holes, is GREAT and it shines the leAther really well, and it LASTS.
I use Mequiars as well for mine. Cleans up the forumla milk stains really well (Need to teach mini-rogue to stop spraying the seats....)

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Fortunately my 20 month-old is past that. What do you all think of ArmorAll leather conditioner??
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Meguiars! Cream and/or spray. The cream is amazing at cleaning out stains and conditioning. The spray, which is better since our seats have the holes, is GREAT and it shines the leAther really well, and it LASTS.
I use Mequiars as well for mine. Cleans up the forumla milk stains really well (Need to teach mini-rogue to stop spraying the seats....)

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Fortunately my 20 month-old is past that. What do you all think of ArmorAll leather conditioner??
I use the stuff that came with my leather furniture. I figure that the sofa takes a bigger beating that my car'* interior ever could. Stuff works great. Comes with a cleaner and a conditioner. I probably don't use either enough.

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armor all leather care - cleaner and conditioner in 1!!
i used to use the meguiar'* but i thought the stuff was too thick. i could try the spray i suppose.

i also like zymol. they have a cleaner spray and a conditoner GOO!
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Armorall Leather conditioner--only because that is all the store carried and it was an impulse purchase. It works fine.
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aromer all for me
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Me too but id still like something a little better
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Mothers leather cleaner and Blue Magic Leather Cream Conditioner, every 10,000 miles. Need to keep the seats crack-free. I try to find something really oily or greasy.
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