Yup, i use this leather conditioner called Mink Oil and it gets keeps leather nice and soft for a long time. If the seats have been neglected too long though, cleaners and conditioners may cause the stitching to deteriorate faster.Originally posted by CoupeDevilleDTS@Dec 6 2008, 04:36 PM~12354249
:yessad: bout all you can do. Abuse got it where it is now and all you can do is prevent more damage.
YupOriginally posted by Maverick@Dec 5 2008, 08:31 PM~12350080
i dont know if you can get it back to the way it was..but i have found it best to get a good leather conditioner and literally drench the leather in it. use a shit load of it. start out working it in gently..then put on an extra nice thick coat and just let the shit set and soak up for a day or so. go back and repeat.
i would think baby oil would stay on the surface and attract more dirt? and i read the mineral oil in the baby oil will literally burn up the leather. :dunno:Originally posted by oldskellwheels@Dec 8 2008, 11:17 AM~12368593
can't u use baby oil
ONCE THE LEATHER IS DRY OUT IS KIND OF DIFICULT TO GET IT BACK TO THE WAY IT WAS, NO MATTER WHAT KIND OF CONDITIONERS,CLEANERS OILS YOU PUT I THINK THE BEST THINK TO DO IS JUST TO REPAIR THE PIECE THAT IS DAMAGE BY THE HEAT IF YOU CAN, IF NOT JUST NEED TO REDO THE SEAT AND WHAT I RECOMEND TO ANYONE THAT HAVE VYNIL OR LEATHER INTERIORS DO NOT USE ARMOR ALL OR OILY STUFF CUZZ THAT WILL COOK THE LEATHER FOR SURE, AND ALWAYS LEAVE YOUR WINDOWS LITTLE OPEN SO HEAT WILL GO OUT WHILE THE VEHICLE IS BEEN PARK SPECIALY IN SUMMER TIME FOR CLEANING I USE WARM WATER WITH A LITTLE SOAP AND THAT WILL TAKE CARE OF THE STAINS AND GRIME AND AFTER THAT PUT LITTLE BIT OF LEATHER CONDITIONER HOPE THAT HELP. :thumbsup:Originally posted by 64SS@Dec 8 2008, 04:27 PM~12370978