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Johnny C
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2020/09/14 15:36:14 (permalink)

Leather seat conditioners

I was watching an old 'Wheeler Dealers' the other night. They used an oil and conditioner to clean and restore the seats. Mine could do with that, they're 25 years old now and whilst not in bad nick could do with some TLC.
 
Can anyone recommend a good kit? The seats are light grey. Some I've looked at on Amazon say they take colour out or add a brown tinge (not good on grey).
 
Cheers

beaming live from an office-shaped prison

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nickgardner
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Re: Leather seat conditioners 2020/09/14 20:51:31 (permalink)
depending where you are I used lady called ruth Leu (ruthleu.org) based in Southampton to come to me and redo both my black front seats. £150 a seat and well worth it. Took her half a day.
 

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Re: Leather seat conditioners 2020/09/14 21:15:52 (permalink)
Have a look at this company https://www.lttleathercare.com. No affiliation, just a satisfied customer.  I understand that due to the type of leather on our seats creams, and certainly not oils, should not be used.  I have used LTT products successfully since I had seats renovated a few years ago.  Lots of useful info on their website & they are happy to give advice.
Chris

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