leather seat car cleaner and conditioner £9.49 @ Screwfix
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leather seat car cleaner and conditioner £9.49 @ Screwfix

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Found 18th Feb
my first post so , please be easy on me
There is a all 5l cleaners from Turtle at screwfix on deal right now , so worth to have a look:)
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Good find davebb4 and welcome 👋
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Aberanuj28 m ago

Good find davebb4 and welcome 👋



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Anybody used this? Is it any good?
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Can I use on my leather sofa
Can't see if this has uv protection? But good price nonetheless OP
steevojohno19 m ago

Can I use on my leather sofa


Just what I was thinking. Should be ok I would think. Got a couple of sofas that need treating.
Bought some of this stuff last year and couldn’t see a noticeable difference either in my car or on my leather sofa. I guess it will condition it but didn’t seem to see any dirt on the cloths at all
alictait14 m ago

Bought some of this stuff last year and couldn’t see a noticeable d …Bought some of this stuff last year and couldn’t see a noticeable difference either in my car or on my leather sofa. I guess it will condition it but didn’t seem to see any dirt on the cloths at all


Given 95% of what is described as leather nowadays has a thick plastic coating on top of it that's not really surprising.
5 litres will be a lifetime supply
Off-topic kind of, but I know there will likely be someone reading this who can recommend a cleaner/mould remover for a soft-top. I've only heard of Autoglym, which is hellish pricey.
kalico1 h, 17 m ago

Off-topic kind of, but I know there will likely be someone reading this …Off-topic kind of, but I know there will likely be someone reading this who can recommend a cleaner/mould remover for a soft-top. I've only heard of Autoglym, which is hellish pricey.


I've used the Autoglym one before and wasn't that impressed considering it was about £30. If you do find something that works I'd recommend spraying it afterward with a water repellant to keep it from getting dirty again so quickly. Even something like those sprays you get for waterproofing shoes. I can't remember which one used but wasn't a car brand but it worked quite well.
kalico1 h, 48 m ago

Off-topic kind of, but I know there will likely be someone reading this …Off-topic kind of, but I know there will likely be someone reading this who can recommend a cleaner/mould remover for a soft-top. I've only heard of Autoglym, which is hellish pricey.



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Up for debate - but I was always told the best thing you can use t clean and condition leather is sensitive baby wipes.
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