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last week i bought the armor all leather wipes/conditioner. I used it to clean both the kluger and the stivo's seats. it was quite good although if your seats are very dry like ours were they dried out very fast. I ended up using 1 wipe per seat before it was completely dry mind you there were only 20 wipes in the pack. It's amazing how much dirt is on a seat even though they look clean. Anyways it left the seats very soft and slippery and didn't leave any yukky residue and didn't clog the pores in the stivo's seats. i would rate this product 8/10 !! :D

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I have never had leather before, so anyone here know what you need to do to keep the leather in tip top shape?

does anyone know ow often i should clean??? I have only had the car a month, the leather still looks good but i want to take all the preventative steps to keep it tip top

Thanks in advance

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last week i bought the armor all leather wipes/conditioner. I used it to clean both the kluger and the stivo's seats. it was quite good although if your seats are very dry like ours were they dried out very fast. I ended up using 1 wipe per seat before it was completely dry mind you there were only 20 wipes in the pack. It's amazing how much dirt is on a seat even though they look clean. Anyways it left the seats very soft and slippery and didn't leave any yukky residue and didn't clog the pores in the stivo's seats. i would rate this product 8/10 !! :D

I'm trying the armorall wipes as well. Available off shelf in Coles. Seem to work a treat. The wipes are handy in the glovebox.

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does anyone know how often i should clean??? I have only had the car a month, the leather still looks good but i want to take all the preventative steps to keep it tip top

Thanks in advance

I just finished treating mine, and the leather was bloody thirsty! I'd say they would all be pretty dry from the factory, so if I were you I'd treat mine soon, and then every say 8 weeks after that? Seats came up beautifully with the Meguiar's Rich leather conditioner, but any non-greasy leather conditioner should do the trick B)

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does anyone know how often i should clean??? I have only had the car a month, the leather still looks good but i want to take all the preventative steps to keep it tip top

Thanks in advance

I just finished treating mine, and the leather was bloody thirsty! I'd say they would all be pretty dry from the factory, so if I were you I'd treat mine soon, and then every say 8 weeks after that? Seats came up beautifully with the Meguiar's Rich leather conditioner, but any non-greasy leather conditioner should do the trick B)

OFF TO SUPACHEAP I GO......

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does anyone know how often i should clean??? I have only had the car a month, the leather still looks good but i want to take all the preventative steps to keep it tip top

Thanks in advance

I just finished treating mine, and the leather was bloody thirsty! I'd say they would all be pretty dry from the factory, so if I were you I'd treat mine soon, and then every say 8 weeks after that? Seats came up beautifully with the Meguiar's Rich leather conditioner, but any non-greasy leather conditioner should do the trick B)

sorry for shouting....cheers holmesie

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Be aware of those wipes, i personally would check if they are moist as our local one have some marked down, so i thought id check if they were moist, they were dry as a bone. I assume a bit of water would fix it but didnt take the risk.

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does anyone know how often i should clean??? I have only had the car a month, the leather still looks good but i want to take all the preventative steps to keep it tip top

Thanks in advance

I just finished treating mine, and the leather was bloody thirsty! I'd say they would all be pretty dry from the factory, so if I were you I'd treat mine soon, and then every say 8 weeks after that? Seats came up beautifully with the Meguiar's Rich leather conditioner, but any non-greasy leather conditioner should do the trick B)

Meguiars Gold Class Leather Conditioner....is Gold!!!...looks great, you were right holmesie the seats are v' thirsty.

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Good to hear mate - that initial treatment will be the hardest work. When you re-treat them next time it should be a lot quicker and easier :clap:

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