Lexol Spray Leather Conditioner
Remember that leather was a living membrane at one time. The tanning process prevents decomposition by infusing preservative chemicals into the oil glands, and then fatliquoring the hide to replace natural oils that were lost. While fatliquoring keeps the leather soft for quite some time, it is not permanent. To keep that condition, leather has to be nourished regularly with a quality conditioner.
Lexol Leather Conditioner preserves the strength, beauty and flexibility of old and new leather. It also brings new life and resiliency to old or neglected leather that has become cracked or hardened. Lexol Leather Conditioner is an emulsion much like those used in leather tanning. Its oils have been modified for even distribution and penetration without leaving a greasy or tacky surface.
Lexol Leather Conditioner should
be used in moderate amounts for maximum absorption and even distribution. No
vigorous rubbing or buffing is needed. Once Leather Conditioner
dries, it's easy to wipe off any excess with a soft cloth.
Lexol Leather Conditioner softens and moisturizes auto leather.
Take advantage of our special pricing on the purchase of 2 bottles!
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Look at it this way... If your skin was dried out and cracking, would you want a spritz of lotion or a bottle of lotion? Your seats are no different. If your seats need to be conditioned then I would suggest getting a lotion or a gel conditioner and leave the sprays on the shelf. At least with most of the others on this site your car will smell better after you use it. Lexol seriously smells disgusting. I'd be very upset if my car came back from a detail shop smelling like that.