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Wondering how people are conditioning (or even cleaning) the RC's perforated leather seats. How do you prevent the perforations filling up with the conditioning cream and not bunging up the operation of the ventilated seats?? Thoughts?
 

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Leatherique and Zaino Z10 Leather are great conditioning options too. Lexol pH balanced cleaner can be used to clean the leather first before you condition it.
 

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That way of using the product is especially important with glass, i hate seeing people spraying onto the glass. It irks my detailer friends even more, especially when they're training people :D
 

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Agreed^
You don't want a concentrated blob of that stuff on your leather seats so it's always best to apply it on a cloth first. Luckily I made that mistake with my leather couch and not the car seats.
 

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Agreed^
You don't want a concentrated blob of that stuff on your leather seats so it's always best to apply it on a cloth first. Luckily I made that mistake with my leather couch and not the car seats.
So you care more about your car seats than your couch? I think that's funny, only because it reveals so much about your priorities.
 

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So you care more about your car seats than your couch? I think that's funny, only because it reveals so much about your priorities.

With the car seats many more people see it when I park and want to check out the car, whereas my house couch is only seen by me, the wife and the dog most of the time. >:D
 

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With the car seats many more people see it when I park and want to check out the car, whereas my house couch is only seen by me, the wife and the dog most of the time. >:D
Nothing nice lasts when you have a dag or cat. :D
Also, your car most likely costs a lot more than your couch so a spot on your car seats hurts more than a dark spot on your couch.
 

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Nothing nice lasts when you have a dag or cat. :D
Also, your car most likely costs a lot more than your couch so a spot on your car seats hurts more than a dark spot on your couch.
You are 100% correct. ;)
 
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