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Keeping Leather Car Seats Clean

What is the best way to clean leather car seats?

By LeftyCC from FL

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By HAPPYINHARNED [13]01/05/2011

My son-in-law has worked in the car industry for many years and he uses spray furniture polish. He sprays it on his cloth and it works like a charm.

By anne [10]01/04/2011

Leather cleaner and leather conditioner.

By Joan [13]12/31/2010

You can buy bottles or tins of leather cleaner, in auto parts stores. I can't remember what it is called. There is also cleaner for leather furniture that I would imaging would work. My guess is that could be purchased in a furniture store.

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Just want an opinion. Also, what is the best way to keep leather seats in the car clean? I purchased leather cleaner at Target, but just wanted some feedback.

By avablue14 from Long Island, NY


RE: Keeping Leather Car Seats Clean

Use regular furniture polish (Pledge, Behold, etc.). I had purchased the leather polish before I read that Pledge can be used on wood and leather! You can get cheap brands also. I cleaned my husband's car for his b-day, lemon fresh! It came out splendidly and still looks great 3 months later! (07/09/2009)

By Starchild in VT

RE: Keeping Leather Car Seats Clean

Saddle soap or Murphy's Oil Soap should work, too, although it might not smell as good as lemon Pledge. You might need to visit a farm supply store for the saddle soap, but you should be able to get Murphy's Oil Soap just about anywhere. (07/12/2009)

By JustPlainJo

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