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Liquid Leather

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by jdp1962, Jan 10, 2005.

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    I've just sent off an order for Liquid Leather cleaner, conditioner & Scuff Master colour wash. All of the leather is very shiny, plus the side bolsters on the driver's seat are badly scratched. I'll post some "before and after" pics, to show you all how I get on.
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    cheers, my leather seats are in need of a bit of TLC, also some peole say it makes them smell like new leather again, let us all know if thats true. Also where did u order it from and how much?

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    I am interested to see the results of this as well, be sure to keep us posted.
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    Order from here:

    http://www.liquidleather.com/index.htm

    I checked out my interior colour code (EB) with my local stealer & they said that was "Royale Blue". Then I looked it up in a 1999 model brochure that I have for the car, & it says that EB is "Royal Blue" for fabrics, and "Maritime" for leather. In the end, I gave up trying to name that colour, & cut two small portions of leather off the bottom side of the rear seat cushion for them to use as swatches. I've ordered a bottle of Cleaner, a bottle of Conditioner & the small Scuff Master kit. The whole lot comes to just under £25.

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    [Feb 6, 2005]
    Jeff-thanks for the info mate-i'll take your advice and invest. I want to use it as a prevention-the cars only done 4k-mainly just with me in it! But i reckon prevention is better than cure. Thanks. Paul
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