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I agree with bmorton on using Lexol. I've been using it for many years on various cars that I had leather interiors. It's a 2 part system: leather cleaner and leather conditioner. The cleaner removes all of the built-up dirt and gunk that adheres to the leather on a daily basis. The conditioner re-conditions/moisturizes(?) the leather to make it supple again. It's easy to put on and does its job. Highly recommended. :D
 

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I'm new to the leather scene. First time leather owner...

I've read your posts on leather maintenance, but I have one question...

after you condition it using any of those products mentioned above, is the leather left with a greasy or slippery feeling?
 

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I like Zaino's Leather in a bottle, you don't have to wipe it off and keeps the leather smell for a while.
 
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