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Old 08-16-2010, 08:19 AM
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Leather seats

There is a lot of discussion about cleaning leather seats on here, but the question I have for someone is how do I keep them looking like they did the day I bought it. I have black leather and I like the dull finish they have and don't want them to start getting shinny like my 08. Anybody have suggestions on products I can use? I have always used maguires in the past. Do they not put any type of conditioner on them from the factory?
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Old 08-16-2010, 06:04 PM
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Try the Harley Davidson leather treatment. Looks and works great for that look you want.
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ive got a 08' king ranch edition i picked up some leather conditioner from the king ranch saddle shop and it makes that leather look freakin awesome
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go on auto detailing forums (autogeek, adams polishes) and you will get your answer. there is a health of info on those forums. good luck
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I use Lexol on both my trucks and all my leather saddles and gear, works good
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thanks alot man
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I would recommend LEXOL works great. Have ebony leather seats as well.
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Old 08-22-2010, 09:31 AM
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Thanks for all of the suggestions guys. That what makes this forum so helpful.
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Barbasol shaving cream in the red can.

I'm not kidding best stuff I have found, I have ebony Katzkins btw.

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I recently switched to Pinnacle from Lexol. I found the Lexol a bit sticky/tacky to the touch.
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