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Product reviews rock, especially when I'm the guy doing them. :thumbsup:

So here's the stuff in question. Meguiars 2 Step leather Cleaner.

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Old man Meguiar packages his cleaner in two 16 oz bottles, which as near as I can tell, would do roughly 437 cars. It's cheap too, I actually borrowed this stuff from a friend of mine so it was free! :mrgreen: But looking around at a few retailers, both bottles would set you back 10-15 bucks for the duece, and would likely last you for the rest of your life. A little goes a long way

The first step of said two-stepping process is the cleaner (on the left)

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You know when you're a really white cracker and you stay out in the sun too long, and you end up coming home short a few layers of skin. :oops: And everybody always shoves that blue bottle of cooling aloe stuff at you? That's what this stuff is. It has EXACTLY the same consistency, but without that addictive menthol smell. And I love that smell. :-( Much like Daniel-son, the cleaner merely wipes on - wipes off. It took a good bit of dirt off my seats, especially the drivers. Apparently I'm a filthy animal. :-? It left the seats cleaner (my rag was mildly nasty after I was done) but visually looking much the same. I would say maybe even maybe a bit duller.

The second of the step is the conditioner. (on the right)

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This stuff is thinner than the first step, and reminds me of a thin hand lotion. It also smells pretty damn fine. :-) Light, but not overpowering or too flowery. It doesn't have that "fake leather" smell. Which I liked, the damn car already smells a good bit like leather, what with it being packed full of dead animal hides already. More "leather" scent is not required. :thumbsup:

So how did it work?

Check out the before and afters. :-) Check out my dog making a cameo, and mind the parkinsons.

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Despite being mildy sucky pictures (taking good pictures of the inside of your car is a beotch!) I was really pleased with results. The seats were noticeably darker, but not too shiny, the car smelled good, and the leather itself even feels a bit more supple.

Be mindful when applying the conditioner, if you get it on anything you don't want shiny and black you're screwed. So be careful around the door cards and try to avoid the plastic door panels themselves. Same goes for the shift boot and steering wheel areas. You can apparently go ass-wild with the cleaner however, get it on anything you like, it did nothing to the overall appearance of any surface I managed to get it in contact with.

So here you go.... the rundown. :thumbsup:

The Pros:
- It's cheap! Or possibly even free!
- The two-step process allows for one dedicated cleaner, and one dedicated conditioner.
- You get a crap-load when you buy it. I used MAYBE 2-3 ounces of each product during the process.
- Works very well, didn't make my car obnoxiously shiny!
- Smells nice, like hot underage cheerleaders!

The Cons:
- The two-step process means twice as much work.
- Have to be careful when applying the conditioner.
- Lacking that menthol smell that I love so much.
- The womans been wondering who I've had in my car.

Overall I give this product a 4 (out of a possible 5) "lets ride bikes"

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Big kudos for another great write up... :thumbsup: I highly encourage everyone to try it. I probably won't be using this product as I get all the free leather conditioner & cleaner I need from the leather lazyboys we have! (Free is good) :mrgreen: That stuff works like a charm too! :thumbsup:

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I need to get some stuff for my car, but I'm worried about getting something that will change the color of my leather too much. :eek:

I read about some stuff called Lexol? Not sure if that's spelled properly. I need go Google it.


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Thanks for reminding me to add one more thing to my "to do" list. Nice write up and pics.

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hehehhehehehehehehehehehheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheh

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I need to get some stuff for my car, but I'm worried about getting something that will change the color of my leather too much. :eek:

I read about some stuff called Lexol? Not sure if that's spelled properly. I need go Google it.


Lexol is good stuff too. That's what I was using prior to the Lazyboy products. I was getting both the cleaner and the conditioner from the local shoe repair place I go to, but I remember once finding the conditioner at Wal Mart of all places.

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Hrm.

I'll have to check for it.

I think the guy I buy my Zaino stuff from sells it too.


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I've got Leatherique coming in today, will put on tomorrow. Kinda expensive, but I hear it's badass.

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I use BMW's stuff.

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Big kudos for another great write up... :thumbsup: I highly encourage everyone to try it. I probably won't be using this product as I get all the free leather conditioner & cleaner I need from the leather lazyboys we have! (Free is good) :mrgreen: That stuff works like a charm too! :thumbsup:


recaro > lazyboys
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I feel like a dumbass, but why do the side of you're seats say air bags?

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Ya we had that 2 step stuff on sale at work for $.99 each bottle and so i bought a few of them and gave them away to family. Meg. also has another nice smelling one and leaves the leather prettynice is there Gold Class. If you are looking for some Lexol cleaner, there is some at Bandera and 410 and "The Leather Factory" Its behind Jims on one of the backstreets.

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I want to see a picture of one inflated. Still not keen on the concept.

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What I mean is are the airbags actually built into the seat. Or do they just do that to let you know the car has side airbags.

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I get my Lexol leather cleaner and conditioner at Pep Boys. I did like the Meguires rich leather foam. But the quick wipes dried my leather out must have some alcohol in it or something.


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I want to see a picture of one inflated. Still not keen on the concept.

*edit*

What I mean is are the airbags actually built into the seat. Or do they just do that to let you know the car has side airbags.


It's in the sides of the seats.

It's a DOT law that all airbags in any car be clearly labeled where the airbag actually is. Not in it's general vicinity.


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I need to get some stuff for my car, but I'm worried about getting something that will change the color of my leather too much. :eek:

I read about some stuff called Lexol? Not sure if that's spelled properly. I need go Google it.


Thats why it usually says to do a test spot in an unseen area first and note any changes. You can come to autozone and buy all the brands from me and try them and whatever you dont like, bring them back!

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jeffrey wrote:
I need to get some stuff for my car, but I'm worried about getting something that will change the color of my leather too much. :eek:

I read about some stuff called Lexol? Not sure if that's spelled properly. I need go Google it.


Thats why it usually says to do a test spot in an unseen area first and note any changes. You can come to autozone and buy all the brands from me and try them and whatever you dont like, bring them back!


Bad@ss, I want to try out some Castol Full Syntec for say 4000miles. :mrgreen:

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jeffrey wrote:
IanBMW wrote:
I want to see a picture of one inflated. Still not keen on the concept.

*edit*

What I mean is are the airbags actually built into the seat. Or do they just do that to let you know the car has side airbags.


It's in the sides of the seats.

It's a DOT law that all airbags in any car be clearly labeled where the airbag actually is. Not in it's general vicinity.


VW's come standard with roughly 26 airbags. :thumbsup:


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steffenme1 wrote:
jeffrey wrote:
IanBMW wrote:
I want to see a picture of one inflated. Still not keen on the concept.

*edit*

What I mean is are the airbags actually built into the seat. Or do they just do that to let you know the car has side airbags.


It's in the sides of the seats.

It's a DOT law that all airbags in any car be clearly labeled where the airbag actually is. Not in it's general vicinity.


VW's come standard with roughly 26 airbags. :thumbsup:


'Cause that's how many college kids you can stuff inside! :mrgreen:

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Roberte wrote:
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jeffrey wrote:
IanBMW wrote:
I want to see a picture of one inflated. Still not keen on the concept.

*edit*

What I mean is are the airbags actually built into the seat. Or do they just do that to let you know the car has side airbags.


It's in the sides of the seats.

It's a DOT law that all airbags in any car be clearly labeled where the airbag actually is. Not in it's general vicinity.


VW's come standard with roughly 26 airbags. :thumbsup:


'Cause that's how many college kids you can stuff inside! :mrgreen:


whew..... i thought you were going to the do the "jew in the ashtray" bit.... :eek:

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I will be doing this today. I will take pics to show before and after.

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Alright it turned out pretty good. You can't tell too good in the pictures how well it actually looks but it is a lot better in person. Oh and your math was wrong Steffen, this is only enough to do about 96 cars or so if you are generous with the lube. :mrgreen:

On with the pics.....


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SooprmanX wrote:
Oh and your math was wrong Steffen, this is only enough to do about 96 cars or so if you are generous with the lube. :mrgreen:


Nah, my seats are just newer. J/P :mrgreen:

Told you a little goes a long way. :thumbsup:


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