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How to Clean with Lexol:

Keep this thought in mind: leather is skin. Cleaning and conditioning leather is very similar to bathing yourself out of a bucket on a camping trip. You need water to do the job, and you need to use the right amount to do the job right.

Supplies you'll need:

Lexol Cleaner
  • Lexol-pH Leather Cleaner
  • Two large washcloths
  • Lexol Leather Conditioner
  • Two medium size towels
  • One bucket luke-warm water (never use hot)

Clean one manageable section of the leather at a time. For example, with bucket seats, clean the seat back, and then move on to the seat cushion, and so forth.

Wet a washcloth in the bucket of water and wring it out, leaving it as damp as you would if you were going to wash your face with soap and water.

After bathing each section, rinse the washcloth to clear it of dirt, wring it out, wipe away Lexol-pH Cleaner from the section you've cleaned, and towel it dry. Continue with the whole garment in this fashion: cleaning, rinsing and drying. The average sedan usually takes 30 minutes to clean and condition. This thorough treatment should be a 6 to 8 week regimen, depending on your use of the leather and the climate where you live. But as a Lexol user, you'll be able to tell at a glance or touch when it's time to clean and condition again after you've gone through the application process a couple of times. One thing's for sure. After treatment, the leather always looks alive, fresh, and is softer to the touch.

So, play it smart, protect your investment with Lexol!

How to Condition with Lexol:

Lexol Conditioner

Conditioning leather after cleaning is like applying a moisturizing lotion to your dry skin after a bath.

Start by lightly dampening a clean washcloth so that it doesn't absorb too much conditioner. (No need to waste a good thing).

Pour or spray on a little Lexol Conditioner...about 2 or 3 half-dollar sized spots...and wipe it onto the leather. A little Lexol goes a long way, and multiple coats are better than one heavy application, unless the leather is very hard and dry.

The entire leather garment should be treated and then allowed 20 to 30 minutes to absorb the oils and preservatives. After this time, use the clean dry towel to vigorously rub down all of the leather surfaces.

After cleaning and conditioning, the garment should be allowed one to three hours drying time, depending on temperature and humidity.