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Advice needed on leather cleaning

What do you guys use to clean leather seats?
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Meguiar's actually makes some decent things. Use a leather cleaner first to clean the leather and then follow it up with the conditioner. Keep in mind that when they say cleaner / conditioner it is really just a cleaner. The conditioner that is in there will come off on your clothes when you slide out a few times. Always follow the cleaner with a good conditioner and rub it to a nice luster. Of course this is assuming that you have finished leather that is smooth and glossy. Chris

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