|08-16-2006 04:39 PM|
Good to hear!
I'd do that to my 9-3 but someone else would reap the rewards..
|08-16-2006 04:05 PM|
OK... finished cleaning the seats, and I must say it is amazing. The leather is soft.. so nice.
Easy to clean up. Dry enough to sit in when you are done. I'll update in a couple days to see if it gives the "leather" smell like they say, but the car had it already so we'll see if that changes much. Gotta let it bake in a bit.
|08-16-2006 09:48 AM|
|Champ||I got it online and had it shipped for around $40 for their two step process, rejuv. oil and prestine clean both in 16 oz. form.|
|08-16-2006 08:02 AM|
|nbndtrain||Where are you guys getting Leatherique? It is some pricy stuff!|
|08-16-2006 07:37 AM|
|Champ||Did step 1 of 2 this morning before work for my Leatherique treatment, will finish cleaning it this evening when I leave work. I'll let you guys know how it goes. For now the leather is nice and soft after just the first step!|
|08-09-2006 09:48 AM|
|DeLorean||I really like the lexol products. they are all natural and what's best for the leather. they don't have that nice smell that some other products have, more of a natural leather smell. I have found that after I condition with lexol, the seat is rather sticky and not very nice to sit in for the next day or so. it's the weeks after a full lexol conditioning that you really feel how well the stuff works... It's like sitting in brand new leather. I'm sure it's good for the longevity of the leather.|
|08-09-2006 08:39 AM|
|Champ||Going to do my leather with the leatherique I got on the next sunny day. I'll update here|
|08-09-2006 06:56 AM|
|gildedsplinters||Don't recommend programming until 4 and THEN leaving messages the following morning! A little further out there than when having had a few...but at least it kinda makes sense!|
|08-08-2006 06:59 AM|
Leather party in a bottle and you're invited.[/QUOTE]
|08-08-2006 06:25 AM|
|gildedsplinters||Zymol. Cleaner and cream. smeels good, soaks in. Leather party in a bottle and you're invited.|
|08-04-2006 10:20 AM|
|lms||I use Zaino on the outside of all my cars and have been for years. They make 2 products for leather now and they both work and smell awesome. That's my 2 cents.|
|08-02-2006 07:59 AM|
|spgdude||I use leather shoe polish, works good for me. According to the can it nourishes leather lol, it makes it alot softer and gives it a nice shine too.|
|08-02-2006 07:47 AM|
|fieldsc||Leaving your car in the hot sun, and then applying the leather care stuff after the leather is hot to the touch helps alot. I plan on using the lexol stuff today at lunch considering its going to be 113 with the dew point factored in.|
|08-02-2006 07:43 AM|
|cymrusaab||guys you could try gliptone leather cleaner /conditioner available from ELK parts and reasonably priced, this is good stuff, they even do scuff repair colour matched for your laether( standard saab colours)|
|08-02-2006 07:01 AM|
I ordered some Leatherique, fedex tracking says it will be here tomorrow. I plan to just come to work a little early and put it on then, leave my car out in the sun all day.
I'll update with how it works out.
|08-01-2006 06:20 PM|
German. Pure. Powerful.
That's what I use, and it rocks!
You put it on when the car is hot inside, and it "soaks" in.
It even smells good.
|08-01-2006 05:52 PM|
Gee thats what I want in my leather seats HAHAHAHHA . I'm going to try some Lexol action here pretty quick. I used to use Gold Medalion leather cleaner it was excellent. But I haven't had a car with leather interior in a long time so I don't have any cleaner anymore. I liked the Gold Medalion stuff cause it made the leather look clean soft and suppl (sp?), but not super blindingly shiny and slippery which I hate with a serious passion on car with GOOD leather. And as Saabs have the BEST leather I'm sure it would do the sucking to be all shiny.
|07-20-2006 10:49 PM|
|friggin viggen||I use Mother's Leather Cleaner, and Mother's Leather Conditioner...they smell nice, shine nice, and allow you to slide all around while taking nice corners|
|07-20-2006 04:48 PM|
|07-20-2006 04:48 PM|
Leatherique is good stuff, but $$$$$$. I use Lexol stuff on my Aero seats with great results. If you can't get the seats to absorb any of the product you can try lightly "sanding" them with some emory cloth or very fine sandpaper.
edit-Also on plastic/vinyl on the interior you can try some Vinylex (made by the same company that makes Lexol). Excellent product. I used it on my dash/interior pieces back in April before SiS and they're still shiny to this day.
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