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Old 08-16-2014, 11:23 AM   #21
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Thought I'd chime in on this system......I've been using the Leatherique system 1x/year on all my cars, but the REAL nice surprise was on Bruno, my E46 M3 Salvaged/repaired Trackcar. this car had 106K miles when I bought it, and the leather was black, smashed, oily, with a very distinct slick/strange texture to it, mostly on the driver/passenger seats and bolsters.

(sorry, I did not take before/after pics)

The Steering wheel was massively slick, with no tactfulness to it whatsoever. The stitching was blacked out and filthy, and the wheel felt and looked like an old plastic wheel from a 70's american car. A mess.

The picture was the junk and crud from just the front seat/steering wheel! While of course it won't make it 'brand new', the wheel and seats are marvelously clean feeling, the pores look better, the wheel has it's tactfulness and good feeling, the stitching is clean, and the overall car really made tremendous improvements.

So...I'm 100% sold on this system, and I fully feel it works as intended. It's a messy, hot ordeal to do the Oil/cleaner/brushing steps, but it's well worth it, and works as advertised (for me at least).

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