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Leather Cleaner?

What are you guys using for cleaning leather. I have black leather so its a pain to keep clean!

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adams leather clearner is the ####!!!

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Re: Leather Cleaner?

Ive never used adam's, but ive never heard anything but good from their customers, but i use lexol and it is very good.. I know the local parts stores around here have it
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Ive never used adam's, but ive never heard anything but good from their customers, but i use lexol and it is very good.. I know the local parts stores around here have it
wood boy i am not telling you what to do but if you used adams i think you would fall in love

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Re: Leather Cleaner?

Leatherique gets my vote. Their system cleans and rejuvenates the leather very well. My tan leather was noticably cleaner and softer.

They have every product imaginable to restore leather. Crack fillers, and re-dye kits with OEM colors.

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