Dye Guy Inc. Leather CLeaning Tips

The first step is to determine the right cleaners and conditioners for your leather. Saddle soap and conditioners, while good for your baseball glove or go-go boots, are not to be used on automotive leather of any kind. The soap contains alkalis, which can permanently damage the material in your seats. Household detergents and cleaners can damage leather as well. Always use only a product designed for the type of leather your vehicle has. Lexol makes a great conditioner. The cleaner needs to be tested on your leather for color fastness.
Next Step
Removing harmful oil and dirt deposits is the crucial step. Always use clean soft cloths to prevent damage to, or inadvertent removal of the leather dye. Stubborn dirt lodged into crevices may require the use of an upholstery brush. Removal of gunk and grime must be done before conditioning the leather, as you don't want to permanently push these contaminants into the pores.
After the leather is clean conditioning is in order.

Some great Conditioners are:
1.  "hide food" designed by the very people who manufacture the interiors for high end cars.
2.  "Lexol"  designed for all types of leather conditioning. 

While cleaning and conditioning your interior be sure not to leave any tools or sharp objects in your pockets that could put a hole in your seats and your good time. As with any cleaner, conditioner or chemical that involves the potential for ruining something really expensive, always test first in a small, inconspicuous area before going too crazy.
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