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08-19-02, 04:05 PM   #1  
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leather seating protection

i'll be picking up my f-150 supercrew in a few days, and i'm wondering the best thing to use to treat the leather seats??

this is my first vehicle with leather interior, and i'm just not sure the best thing to use.

i'm not sure how valid of a concern it is, but i'm worried about the seams, so i'm looking for something that will really cover these seats -- THANKS!!!

 
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08-19-02, 08:15 PM   #2  
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Leather will wear over time with repeated use, it is a natural product that ages.

Saddle soap or Lexol is the best for treating leather. It WILL wear out from use, just the way it is. If you're that concerned, have a set of clear seat covers made up to protect it or sit on a towel when you drive.

 
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08-20-02, 05:21 AM   #3  
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thanks for the info!

didn't really want the leather interior, but i had to get it with the exterior color i wanted . . . oh well!

 
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