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Old 05-25-2006, 04:51 PM
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Fully Detailing Help

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I bought all these Meguiars Supplies (Glaze,wax,wheel cleaner,tire cleaner and scratch-x),now I wont some leather conditioner.Is there any good brands I should consider?My 13 year old son wants to make the car nice and clean because his birthday is May 28th and he wants to have the car nice and shiny when we go out.I also want to make sure that he applied the glaze right the first time...Do you put the glaze on then the wax or wax then glaze?I would really like some nice interior polishers (removers of little stains,make the leather nice and supple),can anyone direct towards this.I have Meguiars interior detailer,but I would like something a little better.Any advice would be great.Thanks
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Old 05-25-2006, 08:19 PM
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My personal favorite it Lexol leather conditioner. Easy to use and does wonders, except DONT over spray onto glass, not easy to get the residue off glass.

For tips check out the detailing DIYs linked in a sticky thread at the top of the main detailing forum.
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Old 06-12-2006, 11:41 PM
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Leather conditioner

Mink oil....works great, keeps the leather soft and supple.
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