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    Leather?

    What do you guys recommend 2 keep the leather in tip top condition? A mate always uses Autoglym leather care balm, is this the best stuff 2 use or do you know something better?

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    Yes the dodo juice supernatural set is very good I steam clean mine as well with the cleaner.

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    I use zymol cleaner which can be picked up in halfords then use zymol leather conditioner

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    Zaino Z9 then Z10 best combo in the world and smells devine!!!!!!



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    I have used a cheap valeting company's dash shine which is water based, do not use anything remotely solvent based.

    From car leather seats, jackets and sofas it leaves them conditioned and supple.

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    Gliptone. They do a leather cleaner and a conditioner and its fantastic, I use it and it makes your leather feel gorgeous and smells of proper leather for quite a while.
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    Thanks for the help guys, will go shopping in the week :-)

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    Don't go shopping before talking to brotek .... Got some off him for my 2003 m3 as leather was tired and it's made a noticeable improvement on cleaning and softness. £22 ish iirc called angel something in spray bottles 2 of them.

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