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Old 12-19-2011
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Clearwarer Florida
Posts: 169

Theres tons of products out there, most of which will actually do damage to your seats. (Depending on the quality of leather and chemicals used in its coating) All that PH balance stuff does make a difference. If your seats are drying out, i took a hint from a bunch of ranch handlers (cowboys) in wyoming. noticing they seem to take pretty great care of there leather saddles, chaps, belts ..well everything. They told me (and i have used) Olive oil, and coconut oil. and trust me it works very well. making dry leather soft again. basicly replenishing the natural oils still in the fiber. those leather cloths does nothing but dryout your seats.
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