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Furniture Clinic or LTT Solutions are my preferred choice of leather cleaning suppliers.

Don't bother with conditioner - it's not been a requirement for car leather for about 12 years or so, when the leather was lacquered (like paintwork) which prevents anything bar water molecules (already in the cleaning solution) from entering the leather.

All the emollients and other ingredients in a conditioner will do is sit on the surface and attract dirt/dust, to become an abrasive compound for your bum and thighs to grind against the topcoat.

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