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It's time to do a spring cleaning on my beige leather interior and I was wondering what product works best with the Buick community out there. I read somewhere that GM "coats" the leather used in it's vehicles so only a damp cloth is required. Others say that a cleaner and conditioner is necessary. Any thoughts on this? What product or products are you using?
 

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Ask your local dealer for advice. I use protect-all on both my Rendezvous, and Regal leather interiors and all the other surfaces inside along with my motorcycles seat and saddlebags. You can purchase it online and at Walmart in the RV section. Very old trusted product and recommended by many companies. It leaves no slippery residue and has a wax and UV protectant. Check it out
 

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I use 303 Aerospace protectant on many things both inside and outside the car. Ive been using it about a year now after a friend of mine told me about it. He used to live in AZ and used it on the dash (as well as other areas) of his car w/o a sun shade and the dash never cracked. It also has an SPF associated with it - 30/40 I think.

Those who have seen it on my vehicles (Silverado, Regal and HD Electra-Glide) have been very impressed with it and either got some or want to get some.
 

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I use 303 Aerospace protectant on many things both inside and outside the car. Ive been using it about a year now after a friend of mine told me about it. He used to live in AZ and used it on the dash (as well as other areas) of his car w/o a sun shade and the dash never cracked. It also has an SPF associated with it - 30/40 I think.

Those who have seen it on my vehicles (Silverado, Regal and HD Electra-Glide) have been very impressed with it and either got some or want to get some.
Where did you get it? I am getting so many different leather cleaner recommendations. mothers, meguirs, armonall you name it!
 

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. Others say that a cleaner and conditioner is necessary. Any thoughts on this?
Hello. There are not only thoughts but also specific advice from my own experience. I took for my CXL2011 an excellent product for protecting and cleaning the skin Armor All Original Protectant. Of course, you can choose something else here in the article Best car interior dressing | Interior dressing for auto detailing there is a lot of information about interior dressing. Study for health)))
 

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Any thoughts on this? What product or products are you using?
You can safely start using an all-purpose interior protector like Fortador LeatherVinylTrim, The Chemical Guys SPI220 and their equivalents that protect plastic, leather and vinyl well. Here is a selection of the world's most effective preservatives and surface conditioners Best car interior dressing | Interior dressing for auto detailing , as well as a lot of information about auto dressing. I recommend that you read this material is useful especially for beginners in automotive detailing.
 
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