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Old 05-12-2014, 02:29 PM
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I've posted here before about leather care, but that was for my Longhorn with the premium leather. I recently traded (long story) to a new 2014 Laramie with the black/charcoal-colored leather.

What do you all recommend as a good leather cleaner and conditioner for the monthly detail? I've had trouble with my leathers in the past with dye coming off (wont same name of product). Just looking for something that'll treat it right.

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I have used Zainos leather cleaner and conditioner. It has always worked well, and i didn't have any color transfer. Buy online only
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I have used Meguiars, and Adam's. Both have given me good results. Lou.
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I like Wolfgang Leather Care-


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I have had great results with Chemical Guy's leather cleaner & their leather protectant (2-separate products).
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