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Old 10-17-2007, 12:25 PM
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Question What do you use on the leather?

What product works best on cleaning and conditioning the leather seats? They tend to get dirty pretty fast.
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I have been using the Maguire's leather cleaner and conditioner products. Works well. I will also say that Honda (motorcycle) cleaner and polish spray can works wonders on everything...from shoe scuffs on the plastic parts ike the door sills to cleaning the leather. I have used that stuff for ever on my motorcycles and cars in the past and I think it is awesome stuff and I keep a can in the truck.
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I have been using the Maguire's leather cleaner and conditioner products. Works well. I will also say that Honda (motorcycle) cleaner and polish spray can works wonders on everything...from shoe scuffs on the plastic parts like the door sills to cleaning the leather. I have used that stuff for ever on my motorcycles and cars in the past and I think it is awesome stuff and I keep a can in the truck.
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I have used the Maquire's as-well. I also keep a thing of the Maguire's Leather Wipes in the back for normal cleanup.
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