Congrats on the redo! Yes, definitely leather products, not those for vinyl! There are many grades of BMW leather to be sure, but I'd use leather care products on all of them. The E39 M5 heritage leather is their highest grade, which of course makes it high maintenance. The sport interior is a bit less so, but I'd still recommend the same products.Anybody know for sure whether our leather is coated (urethane, etc) or not and if leather conditioner actually gets to the leather? I've searched a lot on this (here and other forums) and there seems to be nothing conclusive on whether we should be using regular leather conditioner or vinyl type conditioner.
It seems that bmw has different grades of leather, with only the highest grade not being coated?
I just spent 2k on replacement leather interior for my m5 and I want to keep it nice forever.
When you say you use it for 2 days in a row, do you mean you let the Rejuvenator Oil sit for 2 days before cleaning it with Pristine Clean?+1 on leatherique. I just used it once again today and it works awesome. It completely restored my leather to just as close to a factory new look as you could ask for, and it even took out, yes took out some of the slight wrinkles aka. butt prints in the rear seats and front seats. For the best results I like to use it for two consecutive days in a row.