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    I have just got a drivers seat for my car and the leather is very dry on it. Should I condition the seat first or dye it and then condition.

    Alan
     
     

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    You're supposed to use methylated spirits (or similar) to get all the shite off the leather first before dying anyway. So best to dye then use leather conditioner.
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