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    what methods do you use for keeping your seats and other leather (wether it be in the car or for other use!) in top notch condition.

    ws thinking of investing in the swissol leather care kit for 39.99 consisting of

    Leather Cleaner
    Leather Milk
    Applicator Pad
    Wash Cloth
    Leather Preserver
    Small storage bag

    any advice???

    all greatley appreciated

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    Going to try to improve mine this winter. I reckon liquidleather is worth a look.
    I am going for conditioner, cleaner and scuff coat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcQV
    Going to try to improve mine this winter. I reckon liquidleather is worth a look.
    I am going for conditioner, cleaner and scuff coat.
    I reckon this as well, www.liquidleather.com where you should go. I have used these and IMO it would be hard to find any better (I think they won some test as well in Classic car mag). So forget Zymol, Swissol etc, these guys really make good products!!

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    cheers,
    taken note of the number and will give them a ring tomorrow

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    I definately rate the gliptone/liquid leather range of products.
    Their leather clean and feed is leagues ahead of any other products on the market and their liquid leather dye is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillW
    I reckon this as well, www.liquidleather.com where you should go. I have used these and IMO it would be hard to find any better (I think they won some test as well in Classic car mag). So forget Zymol, Swissol etc, these guys really make good products!!
    Doh, I knew what I meant. Got the "leather" bit missing from the URL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Zymol
    I definately rate the gliptone/liquid leather range of products.
    Their leather clean and feed is leagues ahead of any other products on the market and their liquid leather dye is awesome.
    Did you use their own or the Croftgate product??

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