Great on King Ranch Leather
October 13, 2014
We have a 2008 F250 King Ranch which is untreated leather, similar to leather used on saddles and such. We have used Lexol leather cleaner and conditioner regularly and have taken relatively good care of the interior. However, the seats and leather trim (steering wheel, etc) were starting to fade. I debated and bought this product over the King Ranch brand conditioner. I could not be happier. It has taken several applications but the color is back to being that deep rich red tone it had when new. The seats are starting to soften as well. I purchased the 32oz bottle and it was a worth the price. I have plenty left, but if your seats have been neglected, it will take several applications over a few days, but the color and quality will return. Skip the cloth or microfiber cloth, use your hands to massage the conditioner in.
Pros:Easy to apply, absorbs nicely into leather seats and trim. My daughter has even used a little on her western boots. Softens your hands as well! Pleasant leather smell.