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Old 11-03-2013, 10:24 PM
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Thanks for moving the thread. Can't pm you cause I don't have enough posts.

My biggest concern with pastes, creams, etc. is clogging the holes for ventilation. Do you think it's fine to only use saddle soap as a cleaner? I don't know what to do for a conditioner.

It's frustrating when dealer and tag say "only soap and water." Yet, there seems to be more to it. The spew stuff is crazy.
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Yeah, I was really upset when it happened to me....As far as clogging the holes for ventilation I never had any issues....You will have to do it in small circles almost like polishing your boots.....Small small circles and make sure you don't use a ton of the product....More is not good.....It does takes some time so plan a few beverages and just relax and do one section at a time.....
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Guys don't waste your money and time on lotions and potions. I used to own a detail shop and experimented with numerious products and researched anything I used. We found saddle soap to be one of the best cleaners on the premium leather seats you would find in the long horn and king ranch trucks. Its a pain in the ass to find anything to use and Ford instills the fear of god in using anything other then the kit you have to buy from ford dealer. After numerous calls to different dealers and them saying we have no idea what your talking about, we ended up calling leather shops and more then one place said to use saddle soap. Its a very inexpensive cleaner and seats look and feel like new once done. If anyone is interested I still have some tins left over for anyone in the Hamilton or GTA area.
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Guys don't waste your money and time on lotions and potions. I used to own a detail shop and experimented with numerious products and researched anything I used. We found saddle soap to be one of the best cleaners on the premium leather seats you would find in the long horn and king ranch trucks. Its a pain in the ass to find anything to use and Ford instills the fear of god in using anything other then the kit you have to buy from ford dealer. After numerous calls to different dealers and them saying we have no idea what your talking about, we ended up calling leather shops and more then one place said to use saddle soap. Its a very inexpensive cleaner and seats look and feel like new once done. If anyone is interested I still have some tins left over for anyone in the Hamilton or GTA area.
You should try and make it out to the meet in May in Etobicoke.

Totally agree. I used the saddle soap and conditioner. Worked awesome.

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