[DML] Re: Leather cleaner
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[DML] Re: Leather cleaner



I also recomend Leatherique. Get the cleaner and the rejuvinator, 2
separate products. They also have the dye if you have a lot of cracks.
Remember the leather is ONLY the seating surfaces (not the sides or
backs), the door straps, steering wheel (not the center pad), and the
shifter boot (if a 5-speed). Everything else is vinyl. Clean well and
overdue the rejuvinator. You can leave it on for a while and remove
the excess, it will soak in and make the leather smooth and supple.
This stuff is great for all leather. It can take leather that is like
cardboard and make it almost like new. This stuff is used on Rolls
Royces, Jaguars, etc.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Patrick Conlon <PRC1216@...> wrote:
>
> 1 word:  Leatherique.  Somewhat expensive, yet amazing stuff.  Check  
> out my experiences of how it deep cleaned the leather on page 2 of my  
> CarDomain page:
> http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2239767/2
> 
> I believe I got mine from www.leatherique.com, which also has  
> pictures of what their products can do.
> 
> You'll love the rich leather smell you get once the seats have been  
>







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