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  1. #1 Best Leather Conditioner 

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    Did a net search for the best Leather Conditioner and got the usual great products including Lexol Products. But I was looking to step it up a bit. Found Leather Honey and its night and day over other products.Mostly avail thru tac stores. But I found some locally and gave it a shot. Used very little on a Super Duty super cab truck and as the lable says a lot goes a long way. It was a joy to see the results. Only downfall is that there is a minimum dry time of 2 hours to a max of overnight but it was worth it, Now just to see how it last. If your looking for something different give it at try.....Steve
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    Thanks Steve for your review on this product, let us know on the durability of it also when you can.
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    I've never heard of it before. I'll have to do a search
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    Interesting, they are located in my state and I've never heard of this product. You would think they would push it to the locals. Anyway, most of the examples for use appear to be uncoated leather, with one example of modern automotive use. Wonder if it leaves a mess on the surface of coated leather?

    *Edit - It is made in Philadelphia but packaged and shipped from WV, not that it really matters
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    If your looking for a solid leather cleaning and conditioner, Leatherique is the one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemerboy View Post
    If your looking for a solid leather cleaning and conditioner, Leatherique is the one.
    This is a product I need to try. I just bought the Zaino combo, and will use that until its gone, then try Leatherique. I've gotta step up my game when it comes to leather seats. The stuff I've been using just isn't cutting it for me anymore.

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    I've been having a lot of success with Pinacles leather clean + condition. You definatly have to work to get it clean but it does it's job. Someday I would like to get cleaner and conditioner in seperate bottles because I know it will do a better job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemerboy View Post
    If your looking for a solid leather cleaning and conditioner, Leatherique is the one.
    I haven't used the Rejuvenator Oil yet but when I do light duty cleaning I use Prestine Clean. I love the fresh leather scent it leaves behind. If I have a customer that wants a little more leather scent, I'll use my Duragloss Leather Shampoo and Leather Conditioner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwright View Post
    I haven't used the Rejuvenator Oil yet but when I do light duty cleaning I use Prestine Clean. I love the fresh leather scent it leaves behind. If I have a customer that wants a little more leather scent, I'll use my Duragloss Leather Shampoo and Leather Conditioner.
    The PC is excellent for cleaning leather and RO is not oil, and they've changed the name (its water based) Makes the leather super soft my customers love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemerboy View Post
    If your looking for a solid leather cleaning and conditioner, Leatherique is the one.
    Bingo!
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    well i use Auto Glym leather products..but m thinking of getting Leatherique Prestine Oil and Clean products..
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    I have always had great results with Leatherique products, particularly after using a mild (pH friendly) APC to clean.
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    With so many great products out there, you have to find the right one for your use. I been using Duragloss, Zaino, Leatherique when it's needed, Blackfire, Optimum and Poorboy's.
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    Just ordered some Blackfire conditioner to try out. I use Leather Master to clean and it does a great job but I wanted to try it with a different conditioner
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    Cool, let us know on it turns out for you. Leather Masters is another one I have to try again soon. Only got a sample from a friend a few yrs ago and was impress at it.
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