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Old 08-22-2013, 07:42 AM   #1
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Anything better than Leatherique?

Looking to restore the leather in all of my cars. I'm no expert but i have read that leatherique does more than the average leather cleaner.

Any other suggestions other than this product?

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Old 08-22-2013, 07:56 AM   #2
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Re: Anything better than Leatherique?

This is my goto leather care .

What car is it for buddy !
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Re: Anything better than Leatherique?

3 cars.

2010 Jeep SRT8
2010 X5M
2009 GTR

and a friends 2009 M3.
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Old 08-22-2013, 07:59 AM   #4
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Re: Anything better than Leatherique?

What's the procedure with Leatherique? easy? difficult? I heard something about a plastic bag over the seats?
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Re: Anything better than Leatherique?

I never put on a plastic bag on my seats , I wash the seats with a dilutes APC first , then I apply a good coat of Rejuvenatory Oil but I put it on on a real hot day & let it work I just put on some more products after 3-4 hours to let it soak more then dry it with a clean cloth then apply Prestine Clean with a mf sponge then dry it with a clean cloth .

I have an 05 SE R Altima & I maintain my mother s 2010 CTS Cadillac .

Great results , sorry no pix .

There s a great How To from Detailing Image I guess . Can t find it real quick , will check it out & post it if you want it .
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Re: Anything better than Leatherique?

Just found it mate : Leatherique Leather Care How-To | Ask a Pro Blog

He uses a plastic bag in there but I don t . You can do the way you want mate .

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Re: Anything better than Leatherique?

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3 cars.

2010 Jeep SRT8
2010 X5M
2009 GTR

and a friends 2009 M3.

Nice rides mate !
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Get the 1 Gallon Combo with lots of cars like you have buddy .
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Re: Anything better than Leatherique?

I like LeatherMasters products.

Not saying they're "better" than Leatherique...
With one exception...(IMHO): In the procedure-arena.



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Re: Anything better than Leatherique?

Swissvax also makes outstanding leather products...on the same or maybe better than Leatherique. Off the charts expensive though and not worth it to me.
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