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    Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    I have both of these but looking for suggestions on which one you guys would use? Does UIGP still hold up against something like Gyeons Leather Coat? I know when UGIP gets wet, it can streak which I didnt like. I do like the slip feel of the UGIP, but havent tried Leather Coat yet so I dont know how it feels. Also concerned with UV protection if possible too. Suggestions?

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    One vote for leather coat. I love the smooth feel it gives to leather seats and steering wheel. I’ve used both, and found leather coat slightly easier to use. Highly recommend it.

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by MrOneEyedBoh View Post
    I have both of these but looking for
    suggestions on which one you guys
    would use?

    Also concerned with UV protection
    if possible too. Suggestions?
    I choose Ultima Interior Guard Plus
    -It is self-leveling/(Wipe On Walk Away)
    -Leaves an OEM matte finish
    -Provides UV protection—>per their website:

    Key Benefits
    •Boosted by Polycharger®, for
    superior protection

    •Seals and protects leather, vinyl, plastic
    and wood trim

    •Resists staining, water damage and the
    effects of oils and salt from the skin

    •Eco friendly

    Provides UV protection to prevent drying
    and cracking of interior surfaces


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    Bob
    "Be wary of the man who urges an action in which he himself incurs no risk."
    ~Joaquin de Setanti

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX650 View Post
    I choose Ultima Interior Guard Plus
    -It is self-leveling/(Wipe On Walk Away)
    -Leaves an OEM matte finish
    -Provides UV protection—>per their website:

    Key Benefits
    •Boosted by Polycharger®, for
    superior protection

    •Seals and protects leather, vinyl, plastic
    and wood trim

    •Resists staining, water damage and the
    effects of oils and salt from the skin

    •Eco friendly

    Provides UV protection to prevent drying
    and cracking of interior surfaces


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    Bob
    Thanks Bob. I got bored and tried the Gyeon Leather Coat on the back seats and still got streaks. I dont know whats up with Gyeons stuff, maybe its Ford's leather?? I tried it a few different ways. Single coat sparingly, not to over coat at once - streaks. I did a decent full coat - streaked, and now I just did a double coat on the light coated areas. I'll see how it looks soon...


    How do you recommend to use/apply UIGP?

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    I have never had Gyeon Leather Coat streak. Are you wiping off any excess product?

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    yep... Unless the streaks go away later on? I only let it flash an hour, maybe it goes away over night?

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by MrOneEyedBoh View Post
    I got bored and tried the Gyeon Leather Coat
    on the back seats and still got streaks. I dont
    know whats up with Gyeons stuff, maybe its Ford's leather??

    I tried it a few different ways. Single coat sparingly,
    not to over coat at once - streaks. I did a decent
    full coat - streaked, and now I just did a double coat
    on the light coated areas. I'll see how it looks soon...


    How do you recommend to use/apply UIGP?
    •First you have to find a way to rid the
    seats of the Gyeon Leather Coat.
    -After that’s been achieved...

    IMO:
    A UIGP application becomes, basically, a
    Wipe On Walk Away (WOWA) process.

    TO WIT:

    -apply: some of the UIGP to the applicator
    -next: transfer the UIGP that’s on the applicator
    to the seats in a thin and even manner.
    -afterwards: allow the treated seats to
    completely dry before being sat upon.

    Note:
    Same process for other interior surfaces
    (except for glass).

    Eazy-Peazy!


    Bob
    "Be wary of the man who urges an action in which he himself incurs no risk."
    ~Joaquin de Setanti

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    I did the Gyeon Leathercoat on the back ones only. I have not applied anything to the front seats yet.

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by MrOneEyedBoh View Post
    yep... Unless the streaks go away later on? I only let it flash an hour, maybe it goes away over night?
    Never had an issue with it streaking. I apply it to an entire section come back and wipe it off and it is good to go. I have used it with a foam and microfiber applicator.

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    Re: Leather protection: Gyeon Leather Coat or Ultima Interior Guard Plus

    thanks Guz... instructions say to wait 15 mins

    FAQ - Gyeon Quartz

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