[DML] Re: Ripples or No Ripples?
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[DML] Re: Ripples or No Ripples?

The ripples are SUPPOSED to be there. Never mind why they aren't, it
is probably a combination of sunlight, age, temperature, and moisture.
I have used Leatherique rejuvinator. The stuff is amazing. It will
make the leather feel like new, supple leather. It may take many
treatments but with that stuff you can take leather that feels like
cardboard and make it new again. It won't make the ripples like new
but I have used it on seats that didn't have any ripples anymore and I
got it to have some ripples again. Best to use it on seats that don't
need it. Use it twice a year and the leather will last a lot longer.
You should also get the cleaner. Dirt is very bad on leather. It is
like rubbing with sandpaper. This stuff is not cheap but it is a lot
cheaper than new seats! At least it is one product that does work as
advertised. This is what they use on Rolls-Royces, Jaguars, Bentlys,
and other high-end cars. Use it on the steering wheel, shifter boot,
seats, and door pulls. Use it freely, don't be stingy with it even
though it is expensive. You will like the results. And NO, I do not
work for Leatherique.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Chris Murley" <qumefox@...> wrote:
> On 5/18/06, Daniel <dmcburn75@...> wrote:
> >
> > They lose the ripple effect not so much from the shrinking as from the
> > stretching.
> Not to be argumentitive, but that statement doesn't really make much

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