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Old 03-11-2011, 11:35 AM
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Leather/Vinyl Cleaners Without Silicone

I'm looking for an economical leather/vinyl cleaner without the silicone ingredient. Preferably a product that is affordable and that can be located in the local retail car parts stores! Thanks!

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Lexol cleaner is great stuff.
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I'm looking for an economical leather/vinyl cleaner without the silicone ingredient. Preferably a product that is affordable and that can be located in the local retail car parts stores! Thanks!
You really don't need anything fancy to clean these things. Clean automotive leather with a damp cloth. For vinyl or Ultraleather just use a little dish soap in warm water. If the vinyl is dirty, use Formula 409 or Fantastik.
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Is it ok to use Pledge on newly refinished vinyl seats?

I like the Lemon smell, it reminds me of my teens only better because my mom isn't yelling at me for using all her polish...
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It won't hurt them. Just the fact that you're taking the time to clean them is good.
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For vinyl or Ultraleather just use a little dish soap in warm water.
Try Dawn dishwashing liquid. They use it to clean wildlife saturated by oil spills. It's pretty mild stuff.
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Spradling recommends Ivory liquid.
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Spradling recommends Ivory liquid.
They sent me a huge sample packet in the mail yesterday. Really nice stuff! The difference between their stuff and the crapolla that I used is amazing.
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