Originally Posted by BarryK
Good info as, I have never cleaned my leather or pleather seats but go through Lexsol by the gallons since all 5 cars have so called leather seats.
One thing I have always wondered is I was taught as a kid when I got a new ball glove to soak the thing in "neats foot oil" then put a ball in the glove and tie the glove with a rope tight and let it set for a few days, still have my last new glove from 10th grade and it is still soft as can be.
Would neats foot oil be better on a car seat then the Lexsol?
Always wondered but scared to try.
Does it matter for treatment if the seats are leather or pleather?
Any way to tell what the seat is made of?
Neatsfoot oil is good for saddles, ball gloves or any other leathers that are in the weather but it should be applied hot! so it soaks into the leather and it stinks, LOL dont use it on car interiors
!!!!! Oils also darken leather!!