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Discussion in 'Interior' started by mooey, Aug 2, 2013.
What's the best gear for seats. Mine are a bit crazed.
Auto Glym. Cleans, brightens and softens. Been using it for donkeys on my seats and bike leathers too.
I use Meguiars Gold Class leather cleaner/ conditioner.
Works very well.
Another one for Megs gold here ... seems to work very well
Nice one. Thanks guys
Gliptone for me though I have used the 2 part Meguiars cleaner conditioner with good results.
I have just bought some Gliptone for a bargain price too from here,
Gliptone Leather Care Pack GT11 Conditioner GT12 Cleaner with Applicator Pad and Microfibre
Surprised someone hasn't been along singing the praises of Gliptone, their worshippers usually flood in when leather is mentioned.
Never used it myself but it always gets the biggest backing from users.
Told you, got in whilst I was typing my reply
Certainly the cheapest I've seen with pad and cloth bunged in for £10.79 delivered.
+1 for Gliptone - used it before I had my seats professionally refurbished, so they were nice and soft when that job was done, and continue to use cleaner and conditioner - especially as the seats get more sun damage in a cabriolet than a coupe.
Guess I better get some gliptone. Thanks
When I was having mine done, I had to wait a week or so for the pro to come to the house. He asked me to use the gliptone cleaner then give them a good dose of conditioner every other day until he arrived. OK, my car is a toy not an every day driver, so I was able to do this. It did the leather the world of good ahead of the full refurb, made his work easier and the end result better (this from the guy who refurbed them - he does loads of work for Porsche Tonbridge and a couple of high end repair/body shops so is really good).
I use Gliptone after it was recommended on here.
I have nothing to compare it to because I've never been ****d to look after leather seats before - but mine were in such good condition when I got them, I felt compelled to maintain them.
It's easily done and works well. The smell of the conditioner is rather good as well and lasts a while.
As a Brucie bonus, because I did them when I got the car, the smell of the stuff reminds me when I got the car.
I have used the stuff that came with my Natuzzi sofas ( oleossa ) and it works a treat!
I have taken the advice of fellow members and bought Gliptone cleaner and conditioner complete with nailbrush and two microfiber cloths for £15.00.
Has worked very well and am impressed with the finish and smell and enhanced by a Gliptone leather airfreshner.
Zymol leather treat, leaves a nice new leather smell too
Have used this product for years, cleaner and colour restorer...works really well on my R129 and newer models.
Just ordered a set for myself. Great deal, thanks for that.
Raceglaze for me!:
Raceglaze Leather Cleaner | Raceglaze Car Care & Detailing Products
Raceglaze Leather Balm | Raceglaze Car Care & Detailing Products
Which of (if any) of these recommendations leaves a matt finish? I'd love to give my seats a really good clean but don't want shiny slidey seats when I'm finished!