Do you ever reminisce about the new leather look and smell from when you first bought your car? Leather is absolutely stunning when itís treated and cared for properly! One of the most important factors in caring for fine leather is cleaning and conditioning. Many neglected or mistreated leather is often dried, aged, and cracked. All of this can be avoided if you combine the right product and some TLC (Tender Loving Care). Remember to always work smarter and not harder, choosing the right product for the job is just as important as the actual cleaning and conditioning of the leather. Chemical Guys Colorless & Odorless Leather Cleaner is strong enough to take on the toughest job while being gentle enough to prevent any damage. Leather reconditioning is a two-step process that calls for both cleaning and conditioning. Buy them separately or pick up the Chemical Guys combo kit.
People who shower daily and keep clean are great! Here at Chemical Guys we make sure all our employees shower daily. We recommend that you wash yourself at least once a week, maybe twice if you feel sporadic. If you like to clean your skin, why wouldnít you want to do the same with your leather? Leather is like skin. Cleaning and conditioning leather seats and upholstery is very much similar to bathing yourself. Clean and conditioned leather looks better and smells great while protecting it against harmful elements and UV rays.
Leather is a durable and flexible material that is created by the tanning of animal rawhide and skin. It is important to properly care for the thousands and thousands of intertwined fibers that contain pores which allow the leather to breath.
The Extreme Leather Cleaner is also available in a
4 ounce size and a 16 ounce size. The Colorless & Odorless Leather Cleaner is also sold in a combo kit with a leather conditioner.
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