Cleaning the leather

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Pollo de muerte
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Re: Cleaning the leather

Post by Pollo de muerte » Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:34 pm

We also have oyster, perforated seats and I have the same concerns re: clogging. I just ordered a drum of 150 Dr. Leather wipes. Given the tendency of this light leather to suffer color transfer, I want to stay ahead of the curve on the treatment regimen.

I keep a box of medical gloves in the garage for jobs like this, but Haybrd has me wondering if I've been denying myself an earthly pleasure. ;)
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Haybrd
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Re: Cleaning the leather

Post by Haybrd » Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:40 pm

Pollo de muerte wrote:
Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:34 pm
I keep a box of medical gloves in the garage for jobs like this, but Haybrd has me wondering if I've been denying myself an earthly pleasure. ;)
:lol:
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Stevier
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Re: Cleaning the leather

Post by Stevier » Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:57 am

Gliptone leather cleaner. Wipe on with a microfibre cloth, leave for a few mins and wipe off, also has a genuine leather scent. Have been using gliptone for years. For quickness I went back to a tub of dr leather wipes, didn’t remove much of the dye and they smell terrible. Tried them once before on nappy leather and left a shine to the leather.

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