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Old 02-25-2011, 08:27 AM
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KING RANCH LEATHER CARE

Suggestions on caring for King Ranch leather. Any special cleaners? I've heard the King Ranch brand leather cleaner isn't so great.
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Old 02-25-2011, 08:39 AM
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I have a 2008 F250 king Ranch. I use Lexol products(also use it on my horse saddles). it takes out many scuff marks. The really deep marks tend to blend into the seats. I have a car seat cover that matches the seat belts on the drivers seat. Looking for a bench cover to protect the seat from my dogs. Lexol works very well.about $8 a bottle most auto parts stores carry them. ph cleaner and conditioner. Brings back that new leather smell, needs to sit about an hour to soak in the seats so you don't get the oils on your pants. also Huskey liners work great. I have them in front and back(crew cab). about $80 per set.
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There aren't any recent posts regarding KR Leather carE, so I thought I'd bump this post. Anyone have any other recommendations? Users on other forums seem to like just plain baby soap and KR Saddle Shop conditioner. Another user likes Leather CPR which has great reviews on Amazon.

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Old 11-21-2011, 12:35 PM
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Go to f150online.com they have an entire King Ranch section with more info/suggestions than youll ever need. When I had my KR I read up on it there.
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