Originally Posted by 97-SC300
The absolute best is leatherique prestine clean and the rejuvenator oil.
I used both on my car over the weekend, I can vouch for this product. It made my seats butter soft and supple, and did remove some dirt even though I thought my seats were 100% clean. The results are actually striking, I didn't know the leather in my car could ever look and feel this good. There is absolutely no greasy feeling, and just the perfect sheen to the leather. The seats are not slippery, but they are not tacky or "grabby" either. Phenomenal product!
The process is involved but not difficult, just time consuming. The only issue I had was protecting the seal belts from the oil, some might not care but I wrapped the one in the back in plastic (the others I was able to tuck out of the way). I'll probably do the entire process twice per year, I used about 1/3 from each bottle. I think it's a small price to pay.
FYI, if you have cracks in the leather finish, it will probably make them more noticeable, it did for me. This may fade after a few days I don't know, but the oils changed the contrast between the ivory colour and the exposed leather. I plan on fixing the cracks anyway, leatherique makes a re-dye kit has anyone here used one? I only need to put some colour into where the finish has cracked in a few places (previous owner never cleaned the interior, ever).