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Old 10-15-2009, 11:22 AM
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Cleaning KR Interior

Just trying to get some insight as to how fellow KR owners have gone about cleaning the interior. I've always used Armorall, but I'm a little hesitant with the KR seats and console. What would be a good product to use on the seats and console, and what would be good for the dash?
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Old 10-15-2009, 11:38 AM
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Bump... I would like to know this also. I have seen KR leather conditioner but it isn't cheap just wondering what else is out there.
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some have said the Lexol is great for it, I use the KR conditioner, but would like to find a good 'cleaner' to use beforehand. I have the Lexol somewhere around here, just need to give it a shot I guess.
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I use lexol or the actual KR product....after 70,000 miles they still look brandnew
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Old 10-16-2009, 11:28 AM
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I use Lexol. The cleaner in the orange bottle first. Then follow with the light beige bottle called Lexol Neats foot.
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Send a message via AIM to cj performance
did u try BLEACH...lol J/K
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Mine were faded some when i bought it, so i went to Tractor Supply and bought a big bottle of Luxol and worked them over several times. Then I gave them two good coats of the KR conditioner that you can get online at the KR Saddle Shop. Now about every 90 days or so I hit them when the Luxol or the KR. The KR stuff has a really good leather smell so your hands will smell good for the rest of the day. I normally just use Armor all on the plastics.
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Old 10-18-2009, 10:52 AM
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Bump... I would like to know this also. I have seen KR leather conditioner but it isn't cheap just wondering what else is out there.
The leather conditioner isn't cheap??? The economy must have really got you because right off there website: LEATHER CONDITIONER - King Ranch Saddle Shop $9. I bought two bottles, but should have bought more.
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I get the lexol stuff and think it works great. I then move on to the KR conditioner to keep it looking great.
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I use lexol. The best so far
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