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Leather Care

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by WaterBoy, Nov 8, 2011.

  1. WaterBoy

    WaterBoy New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Firstly I'd like to say hello... I'm pretty new to this forumn and extremly new to Detailing!

    So after picking up an 08 plate A3 Sportback back in July I promised myself I would give it the care and attention it needed. Looking at the pictures on this site and Polised Bliss (and other sites - sorry hope I've not offended anyone for not mentioning them!!) I have fallen in love with the results you guys get and am working towards getting kitted up with products and start on making my A3 gleem!

    I traded in a Leon Cupra R for the A3, I loved the Leon to bits but after 90k miles and nearly 8 years of owership it was time to move on. One of the things that used to annoy me on the Leon was how shinny the steering wheel had become. When I picked up the A3 the steering wheel felt quite nice and had like a dull matte look. However after 4 months of ownership and 5k miles the steering wheel is turning slightly shinny. Can anyone recommend a product for me to use on the leather steering wheel to return it to it's orginal condition ?

    My A3 has full leater so I guess I'd be able to use the same product on the seats / trims etc?

    I do feel a bit cheeky for asking as I've not had the time to spend into looking up the answer for myself so sorry about that but I wanted to make sure I sorted the wheel out sooner rather then later.

    Thanks peeps :eek:)
     
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  3. drmole

    drmole Well-Known Member

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    hey thas wa were here for is advice personally i use zymol leather cleaner n megs gold class conditioner
    but i think the product to have for leather is glipton here is a thread my mate Colin of PRD done when he refurb/cleaned some leather seats for his better halfs stuning GTi Polo
    hope it helps


    http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/detailing/120915-side-project.html
     

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