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I bought a container of 25 leather wipes today, and after using them, all I can say is save your money. I went through 8 wipes on the front and second row, and decided that it was really crappy stuff.

I followed that up with doing what I should have done in the first place, Lexol cleaner, then conditioner.
 

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I've been using Lexol for years. Great stuff!
 

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Same results for me and my seats too. I tought I was wrong because, if I remember one of our members recomended so I tried and really s..ks..

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Wow!!! I only used 4 for both rows and it worked very well...

PS...the seats are not supposed to be SOAKED in the stuff, ya know---
 

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Wow!!! I only used 4 for both rows and it worked very well...

PS...the seats are not supposed to be SOAKED in the stuff, ya know---
I agree, but one quick swipe with the wipe, and it (the wipe) felt like it was dry. And I just didn't like the look or feel or the seats when I was done.

I'll stick with the Lexol and do it right the next time.
 

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I tried em' too

Small and not enough "juice". Plus they leave a glossy shine that I don't like. So, I save the rag. After it runs "dry", I squirt Turtle wax Leather conditioner on it and keep on wiping!
 
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