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Icon Question Bought some interior cleaning goodies for the GTO...

After doing some searching for products that people have rated highly for cleaning the interior, I made a small purchase of Meguiars.

Should I go ahead and pick up some leather conditioner for after I use the cleaning solution?

Did I make a good purchase decision, based on the cleaning products?
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Looks like you got some good stuff, Meguiars makes great products. I would definitely get leather conditioner. My favorite is Lexol leather conditioner, I'm sure others can make suggestions.
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Looks like you got some good stuff, Meguiars makes great products. I would definitely get leather conditioner. My favorite is Lexol leather conditioner, I'm sure others can make suggestions.
I'll look into the Lexol conditioner. The cleaner and wipes that I used, worked well.

The wipes though, have a sour, vinegar smell to them, and the fact the smell lingered for a bit, rather then dissipate may impact my decision to purchase them again.

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Lexol is a great, readily available product and unlike many does not leave a "whitehead" plug" in the perforations of the seats.

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Lexol is a great, readily available product and unlike many does not leave a "whitehead" plug" in the perforations of the seats.
+2 for Lexol.
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