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This is a discussion on Leather seat/interior care within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I was just wondering if anyone recommends a brand/product for leather. So far I've tried Mequires leather wipes (came in ...

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    Leather seat/interior care

    I was just wondering if anyone recommends a brand/product for leather. So far I've tried Mequires leather wipes (came in a tube) and I wasnt happy with them. Left an extreamly slippery surface after drying for a few hours, spotted in several different spots, and left the leather almost "fake" looking.

    It's going to get real expensive spending 7-8 dollars to try all these products so maybe you guys can narrow it down. Looking for something to protect and give it a mild shine. Also as far as conditioner goes how often should I use that stuff?

    And I'm still on the prowl for a mini duster to get all that stupid dust/lint off of the dash...it's impossible to keep this car lint free. Thanks in advance.
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    I've got no idea for leather care, as I've never had to care for leather seats. But, the duster, man... just get one of those Swiffer Dusters. Totally worth it!

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    im having a problem with my leather seats too. it seems that the side of the seat that i exit out of is either getting dirty or fading away. what is the best thing to clean those seats with? thanks!

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