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    Original Gearhead Joe Morreale's Avatar
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    Leather Protectant

    My original seats with the perforated leather deteriorated and fell apart in 4 or 5 years. I replaced them with a cherry set of 99 seats (leather also) I have been using Lexol cleaner and protectant on them every two weeks or so. I still got wearing and some cracking on the bolsters in the past couple years. I'm trying to keep them as nice as possible. Does anybody recommend anything else to use? My wife insists that I should put seat covers on, but I think that will cause more problems because I will not be applying anything on them to protect them.
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    Leather Protectant

    Use Amoural leather cleaner and conditioner. Works pretty good.
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    Leather Protectant

    I'm scared of anything Armor-All makes, especially for leather.

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    Leather Protectant

    Mink Oil to condition and protect. Havn't used it on the car leather, but works fantastic on boots.

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