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Default Meguiars lather cleaning/conditioning cloths

I recently used meguiars cleaning and conditioning cloths on my leather seats and the dash and now it looks horrible, i only did a wuick polish because as i was doing it it didnt look to bad.. after a couple hours it became all streaky and overall greasy looking, anyone else use these cloths? i am on the fence wether to try to wipe all this clean or just do again with a few more cloths and try to make it really even.. anyone else use these cloths and like the final appearance or hate it??
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I have used these and had the same experience. There are either some oils or silicon in this product. Use Lexol for better results.
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I had the same experiencewith Meguiars. I used Adams leather cleaner then there conditioner after that and really liked the results.
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I have used these and had the same experience. There are either some oils or silicon in this product. Use Lexol for better results.
so did the horrible look go away on its own or you re did the job with Lexol?
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so did the horrible look go away on its own or you re did the job with Lexol?
I used their leather cleaner first. I just tried the Meguiars product out as it is cheaper. Back to Lexol!
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I have not used these. That's good info!

I use a leather cleaner, then conditioner, made by The Tannery. I've used it for years, twice per year, on all my leather equipped rides. It does a great job and is very reasonably priced.
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