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Does anyone have a favorite leather care product for the care of the black leather dash in a '00 M5 with the extended leather? It looks great now so I don't want anything that is greasy or shiny looking like Armorall.
My wife has a '97 328i convertible and the leather on the top of her steering wheel has already cracked and it is not parked outside much. This has made me a little nervous about how well the leather on the dash of the M5 will hold up over time without some help.
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Originally posted by Jim Catington:
Does anyone have a favorite leather care product for the care of the black leather dash in a '00 M5 with the extended leather? It looks great now so I don't want anything that is greasy or shiny looking like Armorall.
My wife has a '97 328i convertible and the leather on the top of her steering wheel has already cracked and it is not parked outside much. This has made me a little nervous about how well the leather on the dash of the M5 will hold up over time without some help.
Use Lexol leather conditioner. Its also a good idea to use a sunshield when you park the car in the sunlight for more than an hour or so.



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I agree with the last post. I use Lexol products in combination with a sunshade. The only downside: I ordered the BMW sunshade and it took 6 weeks for it to arrive!

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Try Connolly Leather Care Cream - moisturizes very well but builds up a white creamy excess which needs a lot of mopping up. End result is excellent though. Don't forget it the OEM supplier for Rolls Royce which uses 27 cows per car.



 

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I second that. Conolly "Hide Food" is the best.

Originally posted by Ashok Arora:
Try Connolly Leather Care Cream - moisturizes very well but builds up a white creamy excess which needs a lot of mopping up. End result is excellent though. Don't forget it the OEM supplier for Rolls Royce which uses 27 cows per car.




 
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