Have you taken a good look at your car’s leather seats lately? Notice any cracks? If so, then your leather seats are in desperate need of conditioner. Time, sun, dry weather and everyday use can do great damage to your leather seats. But wait, you don’t have to throw them away and get new ones. There’s a much cheaper alternative than that and that is applying some good leather conditioner.
One excellent leather conditioner to try is Lexol 1013 leather conditioner. It’s cheap, very easy to use, and gets the job done.
To use this leather conditioner, first clean the leather surface to make sure nothing gets in the way of the conditioner. Pour a small amount of the conditioner on a microfiber cloth and rub gently against the leather. Don’t use too much conditioner on the cloth because you’ll end up with greasy leather surface.
Now, on leather seats that in incredibly bad shape sometimes rubbing won’t do the trick. So what can you do about it? Instead of rubbing you should use “massaging” motion when applying the leather conditioner. Yes I mean it. Massage your leather seat gently and thoroughly to make sure the cream gets absorbed well.
Lexol 1013 leather conditioner uses no chemical solvents so after applying this cream your leather seat will remain odorless and has no oily feel on the surface. Another good thing is that it doesn’t change the color of the leather seat so dark leather remains dark and bright-colored leather remain as it should be.
Applying Lexol leather conditioner doesn’t only bring new life to your leather seats but also makes it resistant to dirt.
The Lexol leather conditioner is a must have when you want your leather seat to stay supple and shiny as if it’s brand new. If you have plan to sell your car a nice looking leather seat can add the value. Lexol 1013 leather conditioner is also applicable to recondition leather couches, sofas, jackets, gloves and anything else made from genuine leather.