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ChrisRuffell

Leather Seat Cleaning

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Hey

Iv just got a set of leather seats and door trims from a breakers yard from a 2003 corolla.. Little bit of wear on the drivers edge but anyways! They seem a bit grubby .whats the best way to clean them???

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Gliptone leather cleaner and conditioner, this is two separate products and not the cheapest out there but in my opinion the best.

I have tried most products including those recommended in AutoExpress and I can fully recommend Gliptone, and the conditioner has a loveley real new leather smell.

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I always use the Auto Glym leather cleaner and conditioner again two seperate items but clean it up well and leaves a leather smell to the car

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I always use the Auto Glym leather cleaner and conditioner again two seperate items but clean it up well and leaves a leather smell to the car

3 for 2 at Halfords ... Done!

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Get a cloth or a flannel and some warm water and just wipe them over if they are just in need of a little clean. Put a little bit of soap in there if there is a mark on the seat.

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Gliptone leather cleaner and conditioner, this is two separate products and not the cheapest out there but in my opinion the best.

I have tried most products including those recommended in AutoExpress and I can fully recommend Gliptone, and the conditioner has a loveley real new leather smell.

Yep!!!.... Thats exactly what I use on my leather. It really does make the leather smell like new :thumbsup:

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I always use the Auto Glym leather cleaner and conditioner again two seperate items but clean it up well and leaves a leather smell to the car

Yes you are right. Thanks

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