My drivers seat (mod red) seemed to be collecting dirt in the creases. I tried a light blue colored gel made by McGuire's. I applied it with a sponge and elbow grease, cleaned right up. Wiped it off and applied McGuire's conditioner.
Zaino's Leather in a Bottle is good for cleaning and conditioning. I have used it for years and my seats look like new. The new leather smell could be overpowering at times if you are sensitive to such things.
I cleaned my leather last night.
I used Lexol Leather Cleaner followed by Lexol Leather Conditioner. It made a huge difference (I hadn't "cleaned" it in over a year and it's my daily driver). I think there is a visable difference - and my Vette Essentials leather feels like butter again!! Unfortunately after cleaning it really points out the difference between the VE leather and the stock.
I got my Lexol at either walmart or the autoparts store.
There are alot of falicies floating around about leather care in vehicle's. Saddle soap and oils is one of them. This is NOT what you want to put on leather seats in a car. Lexol is "ok", Zaino, well, I wouldn't flush that stuff into my septic system. Get some leatherique and be done with it. Go to thier site and then call them to learn a bit about their product. It will enlighten you.
After you have tried them all............I recommend ArmorAll Leather Care. This one product does it all-Cleans, Conditions & Protects and yes it does have UV Protection. As a bonus your "Z" will smell like a new car inside.
I just got a ton of diff view points. Some people say yes to Meguires, then no, some yes to Lexol, some no. I have no clue what to get now! I guess ill stop by Wal Mart and the Autoparts store and see what they have in stock.