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I just did my leather seats yesterday... and it was a BBIIIITCCHHH! I used the lexol leather cleaner ($9), followed the directions. (damp a wet towel/rag, spray lexol onto rag, wipe leather into a FOAM to absorb dirt, then rinse clean).

Well, i followed everything, and only sprayed one time per section (i.e. like the butt of the front seat). I ended up rinsing the damn seat more than 5 times to get off all the lexol soap. (had a clean bucket of water and the soapy water in another). The whole car took about 1.5 hours... thought it was gonna be like 10-15 minutes. Anyways, the seats looked pretty good, but there has to be a more efficient way of doing this cuz it took forever. Would i recommend it? no, if there's something else that cleans as good as it does, but yes, if there isn't.
 

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I don't spray directly onto the seats. I spray once or twice onto the towel, and wipe down the area. Repeat with conditioner on a different towel.
 

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TrustRSX...

you must leave a lot of residue (soap) on the seats... and yes, i do spray onto the rag itself as stated in my first post.
 
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