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Old 07-17-2014, 04:25 PM
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Default Dull sport leather seats

The black leather seats in my sport are dull and have no luster what-so-ever. I don't want them to be glossy, but they just look dry. I do use leather conditioner, but is there anything else to give them a little life?
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You will fall out of your chair laughing, but on the leather seats in my 05 Dodge Magnum RT, I hand rub in hang on, "Bag Balm". 300,000 miles, still look new, soft and pliable. Just keep em away from any horney bulls. The lanolin is made from lamb's wool/fat and some sort of anti bacterial to keep nasty bugs from eating the leather. yes, I grew up on a farm.
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I use a product called Horseman's One Step. It's found in tack shops, feed stores, Tractor Supply, etc. It's a cleaner/conditioner all in one. I use it on my seats, and on my leather steering wheel. It's not sticky or slick, it softens the leather and leaves no residue. And it only takes 15 minutes for me to do both seats, the center jumpseat, and the steering wheel. Great stuff, super easy to apply, just wipe on and buff off.
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I use Adams Polishes interior detailing products on my Sport seats. Looks like it came straight from the showroom floor of the dealer when done. Very easy application. No glossy or greasy feel to it at all.
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