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    All hints regarding cleaning and, especially, maintaining Dakota Leather appreciated.
     
     

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    No hints, I use Auto Glym leather cleaner. Do what it says on the instructions and it works a treat!

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    clean it regularly. i do mine nearly every month. i use auto glym cleaner and the bmw range leather care. works a treat and comes up nicely.
     
     

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    On the F10...i use nothing except baby wipes. that gets rid of the milk, grapes, bananas, crisps, chocalate and anything else the little man wants to eat in it. Its a daily school run vehicle so what else do you expect

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    I used to use Mer leather cleaner which was very good indeed
     
     

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    Thanks to everyone who replied, much appreciated.
    Has anyone tried Gliptone liquid leather? It smells really good, just like old leather
     
     

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    gliptone is good,

    also lexol leather cleaner and conditioner is good
     
     

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    Also use a brush with the cleaner..best clean i got rather than just using a cloth!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaza01 View Post
    Also use a brush with the cleaner..best clean i got rather than just using a cloth!
    yea, a nice nail brush helps to get all the grime and dirt out
     
     

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