Use vacuum to clean the top surface of leather to remove all the dust, dirt and debris from your seat
Before you condition your seat you need to clean it first. With a damp towel or professional-grade leather cleaner, clean your leather seats. Only make sure that you do not use a hard soap or a cheap leather cleaner made from petroleum solvents, glossing agents, or silicone oils, as these items can potentially damage your leather upholstery in the long run.
Condition your leather seats by using a high quality leather conditioner and applicator. Bear in mind, if you go with the cheapest product on the shelf, be prepared to lose a lot more money than you think you’re saving when you have to replace your leather seats. Instead, choose a high quality water-based, pH-balanced conditioner.
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