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    AshtonPete
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    Hope this is the right forum, I've been told off once the first day I joined.
    Anyhow, I bought my car 4 days ago and been caring for her as you do.
    Has anyone got advise on the most aggressive cleaner for leather? Its not filthy, far from it, its lovely, but the leather has dirt in the grain and It wants lifting. I tried all sorts of household kitchen products, even sugar soap but nothing lifts the crud from soiled leather. Any help please?

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    Pete, have a look at the vendor section, link below

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    leather is tough, so can take a good scrubbing

    I find to give it a good clean, get some soapy water, a towel and a nail brush

    Wet the nail brush with your soapy water, and scrub away on the leather wet one corner of the towel and give it a quick wipe, then use the dry part of the towel to dry the seat, the dirt should have been removed

    Dont worry about scrubbing too hard,

    Its always best to use a leather conditioner afterwards too, i use lexol (which comes with a cleaner too) or gliptone
     
     

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