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    Cleaning Leather Seats ?

    My leater seats are abit dirty, as my dog decided to jump in my car with mud all over him .. little bugger! I wiped it down with a wet cloth and then drying them but there is still light mud on the leather, i have tried some AutoGlym leather treatment to get it off but it hasnt worked, what could i use to clean my seats with?
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    Use some warm and mildly soapy water, then treat with some Gliptone stuff, its very good.

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    zaino leather cleaner from www.cleanyourcar.co.uk
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    As I said elsewhere.

    When it comes to cleaning and conditioning leather you can't get better than

    http://www.shopcreator.com/mall/east...uct-629237.stm

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    oh great, cheers for the advise guys =]
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    Halfrauds had a 3 for 2 offer on a while ago i got leather cleaner leather care cream and upholstery cleaner for 12 quid lol check if the offer is still on get a bargain.

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    yeah its still on, Think am gong to pop in there today, wouldnt mind some megs swirl remover, clay bar kit and some tire shine too =]
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    try using some APC mixed 10/1.
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    Was just looking for a decent leather cleaner / protecter as well - Mer leather cleaner comes up top from autoexpress - gonna pick some up later and will report back
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    Tim, based on experience mate I'd go with the gliptone.
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