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Old 05-27-2010, 02:48 PM
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Just wondering what everyone is using on their leather dash and seats?

Also, what do you use on your wood grain trip and plastic?

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I use Meguiars leather cleaner/conditioner spray and it works great. It's not too shiny and isn't slimy to the touch.

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I use Meguiars leather cleaner/conditioner spray and it works great. It's not too shiny and isn't slimy to the touch.

X2, and meguiars dash cleaner for everything else inside the cab. It doesn't streak.
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ditto on the leather seats.

I use the ICE interior cleaner for everything else. I think it's put out by Turtle Wax

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Thanks for all the replies everyone. Gonna try some of the suggestions this weekend.
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If you have some really dirty leather, or even some stains, Lexol really does the trick to get them out. Of course, you want to condition your leather after each cleaning.

"The Tannery" makes a good cleaner/conditioner for that routine maintenance.

Meguiar's makes a good product for general cleaning and conditioning as well.

But if you have a tough stain, try the Lexol products.
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I'll second the Lexol... I first used it on the wife's suggestion (who used it lots for cleaning the tack when she did the horsey thing).

I reserve the Lexol for heavy duty cleaning though


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