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Ive been reading a lot about what to use for leather cleaning/preservation.

Zaino, Lexol and Zymol seem to be the top three....

Any opinions on what is best bang for the buck? Any other brands recommended? I try to stay away from armor all...

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I use Lexol as well. I allow it to settle for a few days and then put a coat of 303 protectant on it for UV protection.
 

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We need a comparison! Perhaps long time users of one product comparing their seats to long time users of another product?

I use Zymol but mainly on the driver's seat. I don't want to try Lexol, though I used Lexol wipes once. Perhaps, I should try another brand on the passenger side? The tops of my side bolsters are wrinked, more on the driver's outer (left).
 

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Comparison?..... obviously the guy that uses Zymol is thinking it's better than lexol and vice versa... a comparison is looking at them side by side after you've used them both.....

Lexol Wipes are the crap, just for a quick cleanup. Use the cleaner then conditioner, two products, a huge difference.
 

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I have always used Lexol exclusively....I used to own a high end detailing shop and it is approved by Porsche, M Benz etc. Their product contains leather oils, so it puts back what use takes out.....


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Lexol all the way here. Start with cleaner on left, then rub in conditioner:



If you like it save by buying the gallon size refills next time.

I use 303 Aerospace on all plastics after they get vacuumed:


Exterior trim and tires get this:
 

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I have used Zymol in the past (and liked it) but just switched to Griot's Leather Care on a recommendation and so far I love it!!!



They also have a rejuvenator for more worn leather........

 

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Great!

Thanks K, appreciate it

Lexol all the way here. Start with cleaner on left, then rub in conditioner:



If you like it save by buying the gallon size refills next time.

I use 303 Aerospace on all plastics after they get vacuumed:


Exterior trim and tires get this:
 
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