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    Which is the best cleaner for leather seats because i bought some leather seats on thursday (well a complete car lol) and i think they need a good clean and possibly restoring in the summer.

    I think this needs restoring






    this is a combination of needing to be restored and needing a good clean.

    I just wanna give it a good clean for now and if the seats need it i will restore them in the summer (too cold at the moment lol).







    Thanks for any advice
    My mini doesn't leak oil anymore it was just marking its territory
     
     

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    When I bought mine, they were really grubby looking. I bought somthing called:

    'Decosol Valay interior vinyl & leathrcleaner'

    It worked a treat, if I'm really honest. Took all the dirty out, kind of like a cillit bang advert!

    Just tried doing a search for it, and the one I have isn't coming up, but this did!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLamper View Post
    When I bought mine, they were really grubby looking. I bought somthing called:

    'Decosol Valay interior vinyl & leathrcleaner'

    It worked a treat, if I'm really honest. Took all the dirty out, kind of like a cillit bang advert!

    Just tried doing a search for it, and the one I have isn't coming up, but this did!
    says dont use on leather !!!!
     
     

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    Well spotted. I'll take a picture of the bottle of stuff I have, wait a few minutes!
     
     

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    when i brought my restore kit the cleaner came with it. It is Gliptone liquid leather cleaner.

    Maybe worth buying the kit (i think it was £27 delivered) because i got the cleaner,paint, and leather conditioner.

    Got it from here http://www.bespokeleathering.com/leather_care.html scroll down to see the kits. I brought it through another forum so got some discount
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolvesdug View Post
    when i brought my restore kit the cleaner came with it. It is Gliptone liquid leather cleaner.

    Maybe worth buying the kit (i think it was £27 delivered) because i got the cleaner,paint, and leather conditioner.
    thanks i will have a look at it
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    This is what I've used:

     
     

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    thanks i will have a look for that 1 aswell
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    I'd recommend getting 2 bottles to do a full set of leathers, as it goes quite fast if you're doing a really good job of it!
     
     

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