Leather Care

  1. RIP11

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    does anyone have good suggestions for leather care? This will be my first vehicle with leather and want it to last and keep it looking as nice as possible inside.
     
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    #2 Mar 8, 2018
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    Chemical Guys SPI_111_16 Leather Protectant - Dry-to-the-Touch Serum

    It's pricey but...

    Put on a pair of latex gloves and just apply this stuff into the leather with your hands. You will use less product this way. Don't even use a sponge.

    It's not greasy or sticky. The smell is great. Smells just like new car leather... not overpowering. A natural leather smell. Very subtle. Yes, provides UV protection.

    Chemical Guys products are absolutely terrific! You can find at Amazon and elsewhere.
     
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    I am a fan of Weiman Leather Conditioner
     
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    I've been trying to read a lot on the auto geek forums but there is just so many different products, how do you pick one?
     
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    Honestly, I bet they all work. Pick one and use it!
     
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    #6 Mar 8, 2018
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    You must be joking.. :facepalm:
     
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    No, I have dealt with multiple leather seats. Anything that cleans, conditions and blocks UV is good.
     
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    What about the Griots garage stuff? You can pick it up at advanced auto I think
     
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    Thats a great idea never thought of that. seems like you would use a lot less
     
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    My JK is always in the garage if i am at home. so i dont have to worry about hot or cold in the mornings or when i leave the house. so i really dont even need remote start. i never used it at all on my trucks for that reason
     
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