Re: [DMCForum] Preserving your Delorean leather interior
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Re: [DMCForum] Preserving your Delorean leather interior



If this isn't spam or an ad where is the proof that it works?  Who conducted
the tests and where?  And how does the stuff react to heat and humidity?



Andrei



----- Original Message -----
From: "liquiguard" <liquiguard@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 2:22 PM
Subject: [DMCForum] Preserving your Delorean leather interior


> would like to share some information concerning a product my company
> has developed. This is not meant to be perceived as spam or even an
> advertisement its  just simple information:
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> We have developed a product  for long term leather care and
> preservation, it's called  Leatherguard which is a clear coating
> designed to protect and enhance the longevity of all natural leather
> products including shoes, jackets, gloves, etc. Leatherguard is also
> the perfect way to protect your cars interior in addition to the
> typical areas such as front and rear seats, Leatherguard is great
> for leather wrapped steering wheels and gearshifts . It is totally
> non-staining and will not affect the color or appearance of the
> coated object.  When applied correctly Leatherguard will extend the
> useful life of leather goods by enhancing their suppleness and
> resistance to scratching and scuffing thus keeping the coated
> articles looking like new. The high flexibility and adhesion
> inherent in this coating prevents it from cracking or peeling during
> normal use. Leatherguard also prevents soil and dirt from sticking
> to it, unlike existing Silicon based treatments.
>  I thought this group would find the above information more then
> useful. If anyone has any questions or comments please feel free to
> contact me at:
> Steven@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> & of course please check out our site at
> http://Liquiguard.com
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