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Leather Care?

What are some of the better leather care products on the market for automotive leather?
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Lexon. If it's really good full grain leather, which breathes, you need to clean it with products designed for that type of leather.
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Lexon. If it's really good full grain leather, which breathes, you need to clean it with products designed for that type of leather.
Lexon? I never hear of it. Do you mean Lexol?
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Sorry, Lexol is the right name.
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I have heard good things about Color Plus products though I haven't tried them
I personally have been using Leatherique products trying to restore the old dried out leather in my Imperial with pretty good results.
Could be me ,but i didn't have much luck with Lexol
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I have Leatherique. I purchased a large bottle of it. It seems to be good stuff but i don't buy the "cardboard leather" routine from any off them.
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