I detail as a side job when I'm not writing tickets here in NC haha. I also give a vote for lexol. When I clean and condition leather, I use lexol products. Clean the seats real good with the cleaner lexol has using a soft brush( I have one that attaches to a battery drill) clean seats. It gets all the old body oils and grime out of seats. Then go back with some lexol conditioner. Apply however many coats you want to obtain the shine you desire. I usually put a couple depending on how neglected the seats have been. Some will soak first couple coats right up may take more. Good thing is you can find lexol products at your local Wally World (Walmart). If not auto parts usually has it. Autogeek is a good website to order from.
I like ray holes products like saddle butter, chap wax, all natural nothing bad for leather in the mix. We use it on couple hundred thousand holsters and belts a year with great results. Lexol is a great cleaner.
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