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Old 05-11-2022, 12:09 PM   #1
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Upholstery cleaning

Looking at cleaning the leather like Drivers seat and passenger seat.What is used so as not to damage the Upholstery.
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Old 05-11-2022, 04:51 PM   #2
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I use Meguiers leather cleaner conditioner on our off-white Ultra-leather and it does renew the color and "glow".
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I have a 93 Beaver with white leather seats that were so bad I thought they'd have to be replaced. Tried Chemical Guys leather cleaner and conditioner, they're white again. And it wasn't as much work as I thought it would be.
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Tannery has been around a long time. My dad taught me how to shine shoes as a tot He was in service ad his film of shining so became my side hustle as a kid . He and lots of visitors including my brothers friends and girlfriends would toss me some cash even bring big box of shoes and boots after. Tannery was very good at cleaning and conditioning leather that couldn't be waxed/shoe polished as well as leather jackets that more of semi gloss finish. I don't think you"ll find a leather cleaner that cleans very dirty seats as well as something like Tuff stuff then dry well and use leather condition after.
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Old 05-14-2022, 07:21 AM   #5
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I recently bought a roomful of high quality leather furniture. The tech who came to repair some of the scuffs that happened during delivery said to use Leather Master a couple times a year to keep it looking nice. It comes in a little kit with cleaner, conditioner and applicators.
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I use Meguiers leather cleaner conditioner on our off-white Ultra-leather and it does renew the color and "glow".

I used this product last year and it did a decent job of cleaning and conditioning my front seats. Took quite a bit of elbow grease but it got the job done. I was able to buy this at Lowes.


Another product that was recommended was this https://leathermilk.com/
only reason I didn't try is because I had to order and wait for it but it was highly recommended by a trusted source.
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