Autogeek.net has proudly carried Leatherique leather care products for many years because they are quite simply some of the best leather care and restoration products on the market. Leatherique leather care products were developed for leather restoration and that's exactly what they do. They feed and nourish old, worn-out leather back to health. Leatherique products are beneficial to automotive, equestrian, and antique leathers, and leather upholstery.
How do Leatherique leather care products work?
Leatherique Pristine Clean and Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil work with a capillary action. The proteins, cleaners, and conditioners find their way deep into the natural pores of the leather and force out the dirt, perspiration, air pollution, and other toxins that dry out and destroy the fibers of the leather, depleting the fibers strength and flexibility, and causing them to deteriorate. Perspiration, and the salts left after its evaporation, easily find their way into the leather fibers. Notice on an older car, the areas where a person rests their hands or arms, steering wheel, arm rests break down the quickest.
We recommend a preventative maintenance "face lift" three to four times a year, once prior to the winter season to prevent cold crack of leather, and once before the heat of the summer to prevent deterioration and shrinkage of heat which result in continued cracking of leather. Use Leatherique Prestine Clean as a maintenance cleaner and conditioner in one easy step, once every few weeks. Leatherique Prestine Clean and Rejuvenator Oil may be applied with your hands as heat helps it penetrate. Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil and Prestine Clean are safe and natural even for use on equestrian leathers!
How much Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil and Prestine Clean do I need?
The quantity will depend on the age of the leather and the condition. A new car or sofa will require maintenance applications of 3-4 times per year, so a pint is sufficient. For an older car or sofa, or a project that is already dry, spider web cracking, cracking, or stiff, you will need a quart as multiple applications will be required. Remember it took several years for your leather to become dry, and will take some time for it to become good as new!