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    Leather care

    What do the fine folks on the audi sport site use to clean and condition your leather seats?

    I hate seeing tatty drivers seats when you open the drivers door and i'm not wanting my ones to get like that.

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    Autoglym leather care cream is good or meguiars leather wipes
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    Liquid Leather cleaners & conditioners are the best I've ever used. And if your leather is creased & cracked, a Scuffmaster colour wash will sort that out too. Click here:

    http://www.liquidleather.com/
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    autoglym leather cream. i like to have that leathery smell when you open the door. autoglym seems to keep that.
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    Yeah I use the Autoglym stuff purely because I like the smell.
    The Meguiars stuff smells horrible.

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    The Swissol stuff is amazing, makes the seats look almost new again. The smell is a bit rank, but you don't notice it once it's on.
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    Meguairs Leather Cleaner and Conditioner, it is the dogs and won the AutoExpress leather Cleaner review a while back. only £6.99 and the bottle has lasted well over one application every 3 months, front and back.
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    Meguires

    I found the meguires stuff leaves the seats real shiny and skiddy? Bad on the steering wheel!

    I just got some Zymol glycerine cleaner and Treat conditioner. Its much better, leaving a ncie satin finish like the original leather.

    BUT I hear there si better out there.... try detailinguk forum, those guys have some great tips!

 

 

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