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Old 01-29-19, 12:46 PM
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Default Has anyone used Chemical Guys Leather Conditioner?

I'm tempted to order it, so far the chemical guys products have been good to me, like the stripper scent air fresher (my fav)



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My experience with CG has always been average. Stuff is very affordable, readily available, and works ok. Depending on your vehicle, and what type of material your seats (and other interior parts) are, conditioner may or may not be useful. I don't use conditioner on my seats, rather I do maintenance cleaning every couple of weeks. You may want to (if you haven't yet) research what type of leather your car has, and whether you even need conditioner or not.

I actually have a bottle of that CG Conditioner now, it leaves a "chemical" smell, and not really a pleasant scent IMO.
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For 20 years have used Zaino leather cleaner and leather in a bottle conditioner. Both do great jobs and make the leather smell like new again.
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I have. It's the best leather conditioner for car seats. I just allow it to sit for a few minutes then wipe it off with a clean damp cloth, It does not leave any residue and the conditioner smells good, too.
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