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Old 07-26-2012, 01:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Maintaining Leather Seats

Hey guys, I was wondering how do you take care of your leather seats? I just bought my TSX and am trying to clean every single part of it I can. I know you shouldn't use and oil based cleaners and have heard Lexol is quite a good brand but I have also heard Blue Magic is a bit better? I was just wondering what most of you do took keep the leather from cracking and such!
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Old 07-26-2012, 01:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Lexol is supposed to be great stuff. I'm using Chemical Guy's Cleaner-Conditioner right now as Lexol was out of stock when I was shopping and I'm quite happy with it.

However...

How to care for your car's leather interior - The Globe and Mail

Honda Canada says to do nothing buy vacuum and use a damp cloth.
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I use detailers pride cleaner and then follow that with Mother VLR to condition.
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I have Leatherique that I've been meaning to test out on the TSX.

Previously I have used Lexol cleaner and conditioner, and found them to work quite well.

I have also used a diluted mixture of water and woolite and have gotten great results.
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Lexol and Zymol -I have the latter one- are excellent products. Keep in mind that not everything in your car is leather, which is a good thing, since the vinyl lasts for ever...
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I was shopping and I'm quite happy with it.
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x2 Letherique , Leatherique Leather Care How-To – Detailed Image , enjoy
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Awesome! Thanks for the help!! It was very helpful I think I'm going to try Lexol and see how that does if not I'll try something else!
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