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    Re: CG Leather Serum vs Conditioner?

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX725 View Post
    Time to ditch this or any other leather conditioners!!

    It's: Clean and Protect. Clean and Protect.
    This kit will accomplish that feat:
    Leather Master Car Leather Protection & Cleaner Kit, Leather Master Ink Away Ink Remover, ink lifter, leather cleaner, leather protection

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    Re: CG Leather Serum vs Conditioner?

    Maybe this is an old thread but still a good one. I just had a guy tell me about leather seurm, and nubuck in a king ranch. my question is i read somewhere in hear they have at one point changed up the type of nubuck so it didnt stain so easily. can anyone shed light so I can relay info.

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    Re: CG Leather Serum vs Conditioner?

    I have two cars (both over 85k) with protected leather seats and I have used a bunch of different "conditioning" products with no negative effect. The slipperiness effect has somewhat to do with application method - always apply to applicator then spread. Even Leather Masters Protection Cream (it has oils too) can increase slickness but a slight slicker surface means less friction and wear and tear.
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    Re: CG Leather Serum vs Conditioner?

    anyone here use 303 on their seats?

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    Re: CG Leather Serum vs Conditioner?

    I stumbled on the GC serum at Ollies. Initial impressions are that it's a nice product. I'm not sure it softens as well as Leather Honey but it doesn't leave a sticky residue which is nice for coated auto leather.

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