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    Leather seats care

    What should I use for the leather seats? I do not want them to become slippery... I want to avoid dry leather cracks.

    Any suggestions?

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    This stuff is awesome. The surfaces will be slick for a few days after treatment. But it is definitely worth it. Smells great, like fresh leather, so it essentially returns the new car smell of a leather equipped car. Longest I've kept a car was 10 years, but with this stuff the leather was always in great shape.
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    http://www.meguiars.com/en/automotiv...JYdzhXbzy7W.97
    This is what I use on my leather seats and iv never had a problem and never leaves my seat slippery.

    Gina

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    http://www.meguiars.com/en/automotiv...JYdzhXbzy7W.97
    This is what I use on my leather seats and iv never had a problem and never leaves my seat slippery.

    Gina

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    I use Chemical Guys products

    Leather cleaner and leather conditioner
    .they work great and smell great also

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    So far I tried Turtlewax (do NOT) and Meguiars. The latter one was OK, but I am still not so happy. It has weird smell, but I think that is good. It means it has low boiling point solvents that will evaporate quickly leaving leather moist from chemicals that supposed to stay there.
    Turltewax - well, it smells nicer, but leaves leather shiny. I will pass on this one then.

    I have not tried Z-10 yet.

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    i use the mothers VLR stuff... seems pretty decent



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