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    Hey, after much browsing for a reliable leather cleaner i bought the Turtlewax leather cleaner + conditioner:

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...egoryId_165651

    What would the best method to apply/clean the leather seats using this cleaner. I was thinking of first wiping it over the seats with a sponge and then letting it settle for a couple of minutes. Or should i just scrub the seats straight away? Thanks.
     
     

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    gently work it into the leather, leave it for a minute then buff off mate..

    that turtlewax stuff is ok if your leathers in good condition.. if its a bit tatty and old you'll need to look elsewhere

    gliptone liquid leather perhaps..
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    gently work it into the leather, leave it for a minute then buff off mate..

    that turtlewax stuff is ok if your leathers in good condition.. if its a bit tatty and old you'll need to look elsewhere

    gliptone liquid leather perhaps..
    How come? and Is there anywhere other than online that sell gliptone?
     
     

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