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Not great, but OK,
This review is from: Meguiar's G7214 Gold Class Leather Cleaner and Conditioner (Automotive)This product is a pain to use. I found my bottle to be extremely difficult to squeeze - probably because it seems to be a slightly liquified version of saddle soap. It requires a lot of scrubbing to lift dirt. It permanently filled in the little holes in the seating surfaces. This product didn't make much of a difference when it comes to conditioning - the seats still look dry and texture didn't improve.
The other day, I tried the Turtle Wax T485 ICE Total Interior Care. It did a much better job lifting dirt and improved the texture some with NO WORK. I'd pick that product over this one, since you can use it over all of your interior surfaces and reduce your car car products.
EDIT: After running out of Ice Total Interior Care, I bought some Lexol 1115 Leather pH Cleaner Spray 16.9 oz. (500mL). As a liquid soap, it's super easy to apply. Since it's glycerin based, it won't dry out your leather. It even works well on smooth leather shoes! Follow up with their conditioner spray and you've got an awesome combo to keep your automotive leather in the best possible condition.
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Initial post: Mar 29, 2010 3:25:21 PM PDT
I agree the bottle I was using was pretty stout,too. Lots of squeezing force to dispense.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 21, 2011 8:55:04 AM PST
I think that they mean to say that it's not very easy to squeeze. It's very similar to the no-drip ketchup and mustard bottles from Heinz. I don't like them, either.
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