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I did a search but no results. What is the best way to clean Mod Red seats? I went to the zone to buy some leather cleaner but there are ALOT of different brands. :eek2: I am thinking Meguires but would like some info from other mod red owners experience. :usa: Thanks!
 

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I am a long time user of Lexol. Personally, I think they make the best cleaner and conditioner. If you haven't tried it, I think you'll be pleased with the results you get with their products.

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SGT. PYLE said:
I did a search but no results. What is the best way to clean Mod Red seats? I went to the zone to buy some leather cleaner but there are ALOT of different brands. :eek2: I am thinking Meguires but would like some info from other mod red owners experience. :usa: Thanks!
hehehe... just let them get that aged look.. that mod red will quickly turn into a nice deep red with time!

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Best I've used is from Griot's garage, both the leather conditioner and cleaner are awesome.
 

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Lexol products are by far the best. :thumb:

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Zaino "Leather in a Bottle" www.zainobros.com !

Looks great and smells like a new car (sort of is at 3 yrs old w/ only 1,000 miles) !!

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I agree on going with Lexol
Personally I use Zymol leather conditioner sometimes, and mostly Kiwi Mink Oil. (yes, the paste in a tin that you put on leather goods). It tends to darken leather;it's great on black, haven't tried it yet on the Mod Red. (you all laugh ... just try it ...) :thumb:
 

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Looks like Lexol win's the vote! :thumb: Thanks guys!!!!! :cheers:
 
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