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Discussion in 'Detailing' started by nally, Aug 30, 2011.

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    nally MPG the new BPH

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    [Aug 30, 2011]
    Hi guys
    my new car should be ready on 14th and it has full leather. how do i clean and more importantly protect it. looked on you tube and its just people trying to sell their own stuff.

    any help would be great
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    [Aug 30, 2011]
    Gliptone do a cleaner and conditioner, its amazing stuff, makes your leather look and smell brand new, not too expensive either..
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    +2 on gliptone but as a quick maintenance which is alot easier to use i would suggest zymol leather cleaner. It comes in a small spray bottle and leaves your leather a nice matt finish from new.

    I use this often as every other cleaner i have tried has a conditioner in it which tends to make the leather shiny.
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    chhers guys ill do some more reseach on these two thanks
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    i use autoglym leather cleaner which come in a spray, and to treat your leather so it doesnt stiffen up or crack i use leather care balm
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    Glipton Twins, it's safe and removes dirt even on seats that are 14+ years old




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    as above been using glyptone for years now, as has the wife for the couches lol

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    Hi guys some great advice and thanks for the pics any help for resorting scratches the new sline i am looking at has half alcantara and half leather i drive to Hull yesterday to look at it and it has a scratch ( not deep but its took the colour off)
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    [Sep 12, 2011]
    with the above cleaners you then add a conditioner?
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    yes. use the gliptone liquid leather cleaner GT12, then the conditioner GT11, for scratches they do a scuffmaster re colouring kit (65ml will be fine and goes a long way) which I have used and was well impressed with. they can also match any colour you wish with a sample.
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    ordered thanks gonna see how what its like when delivered thaey said they would try and repair " ill get my interior specialist on it" prob some kid on work experience. i would them knock £40 off the car and ill detal and do it myself
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