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    Hi, i currently have cream leather seats which came with the car, although there are no scuffs or rips on it.. .. alot of dust/debri has settled into the creased making the seats a bit darker. Any of you know a good leather cleaner/technique? Someone told me they hardly make a difference, so i haven't really gone around to Halfords to check them out yet. Thanks.
     
     

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    I use Zymol Leather Cleaner. This product is pH neutral, so wont harm leather.
    Once done, I then apply some BMW Leather Conditioner then wipe off.

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    recommend dynamix stuff brought my seats up real nice theyeven smell like new leather :-)
     
     

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    I bought Gliptone Liquid Leather Cleaner followed by Gliptone Liquid Leather Conditioner, and it gave excellent results, including bringing back the natural scent of leather. Excellent stuff and not bad price either from here - http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/interior/cat_10.html
     
     

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    the autoglym leather cleaner and leather conditioner isn't bad either.. plus its included in halfords' 3 for 2 offer
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    I've got the meguiars one - but i'll have to hunt out the name of the stuff my dad uses - its brilliant.

    He's got a little brown pot of it that is donkeys years old but still gives better finish than the meguiars!
     
     

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    This is what I use, and on cream leather the ultra protect is well worth the money as it will help protect against dirt build up and dye transfer from jeans which can be a problem on cream leather.

    http://www.lttsolutions.net/auto-ultra-150-kit.asp

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    +1 on Gliptone, is some of the best stuff around
     
     

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    Great info, thanks guys..

    I have light grey that needs a damn good clean, a pal of mine in the trade has also mentioned a spray restorer, he's going to get hold of some and we'll try it on the centre arm rest first!

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