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Old 02-15-2009, 12:55 PM
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leather conditioner?

Ive had my 08 for about a year and the seats are gettin alittle cracked. I used the meguairs leather conditoner but the drivers side where you get in is starting to look kinda bad. Just wondering what yall were using?
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Old 02-15-2009, 01:00 PM
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wish i had leather... neoprene covers are lame compared to leather. Id put a cover over it before it rips bad man.
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Justin Boot conditioner, it's good for all the leather but doesn't do much for the stupid vinyl side of the seats(dumbest design ever) I've had 3 lariat trucks and they crack on the vinyl and that creates cracks and tears in the leather.
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Old 02-15-2009, 01:44 PM
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Lexol or Meguiars 2 part Cleaner Conditioner

I usually put a ton on like a layer and then let it sit overnight, I come back out in the morning and if its not all soaked in I buff it off... My seats after a year and a half still look as good as they did the day i bought the truck (minus the creases from my fat ***)
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Lexol or Meguiars 2 part Cleaner Conditioner

I usually put a ton on like a layer and then let it sit overnight, I come back out in the morning and if its not all soaked in I buff it off... My seats after a year and a half still look as good as they did the day i bought the truck (minus the creases from my fat ***)
Hahahahaha

I saw that 2 part stuff ill pick that next time im in town
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I have heard that the only/best way to go on leather is Lexol. Others have some sort of detergents in them that actually harms the leather just makes it look better. But like I said this was read on a detailing forum by someone to claims to be an expert in the area! Although I use Lexol on my 03 and they look brand new!
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Old 02-15-2009, 02:25 PM
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I use the same stuff I use on my saddles...it works really well and smells good too lol
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Old 02-23-2009, 03:41 AM
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Lexol. Hands down. Heres a thread on it....

leather care
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