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I just got done apply lexol and its conditioner...

i guess it feels a little softer. lol

stuff sprays out like jeez. haha :D

but i got a question.. i got a application pad i just used...microfiber towel that i wet and wiped off the cleaner with... and got a terry cotton towel that i used to clean off the coniditioner.. now... how do i clean all these products? just throw em in the washer? with what kind of laundry detergent? dryer? or air dir?

another thing.. u guys think i did the steps right.. btw i did the passanger seat first.
1. Got a bucket of water. Got a microfiber towel and damped it in water. Ringed out the water. And then wiped down the seats with damp microfiber cloth.
2. Got the application pad out, and applyed 2-3 squirts of Lexol Leather Cleaner. Wiped down the seat..front,back,side.
3.Got the wet microfiber towel out again and wiped off the lexol cleaner.
4. Turned the application pad over on the other side and applyed Lexol Leather Conditioner. (same amount) (same steps)
5. Let the Conditioner sit on the leather for bout 2-3 minutes.
6. Got the DRY terry cotton towel out and wiped the conditioner off.

So are these the correct steps for good leather care?

Thanks. :bow:
 

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LOL you and these damn lexol threads

you can use the washer to wash teh mf and stuff

DO NOT put them in teh dryer though.

and keep the MF stuff together, not with regular towels
 

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lol 'the lexol dude'

but... shit dude... thats a lot of water to use for a fucken small as load of laundry. even the 'small' load option is way too much for just like a couple of towels of MF or terry cotton towels!!

is there a way to hand wash?!

(IVE BEEN ON CRSX FOR THE past 7 HOURS!!! w00t)
 

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try using those oxygen cleaners (oxi clean).... so there are no chemicals or detergents in your cloth.
 

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ill give it a try
 

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LOL you and these damn lexol threads

you can use the washer to wash teh mf and stuff

DO NOT put them in teh dryer though.

and keep the MF stuff together, not with regular towels
whats wrong with drying the MF w/ a dryer?
i htought it was okay as long as you dont use dryer sheets
 

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You can use a dryer, you just have to use it on a lower heat setting.

MF fibers are so fine that some of the fibres can melt on the higher settings, which will make them much less effective.
They air dry pretty quick though.

And don't wash or dry them with anything but other MF products... woo boy, cuz it'll make a mess.
 
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