Car Leather Cleaner & Car Leather Conditioner

At Prestige LeatherCare we produce 3 types of leather care products. The gentle leather cleaner, the intense leather cleaner and the leather conditioner & protection cream for use on all types of leather. 

Choose from our gentle leather cleaner which is a great leather car seat cleaner for when a quick clean is needed. Or choose the intense leather cleaner for those deep cleans when dirt is ingrained in your car leather. Last but not least is our leather conditioner & protection cream which softens, nourishes and protects your car leather after it has been cleaned, leaving a fresh leather aroma.

The leather care kit provides all 3 products with a leather cleaning brush and microfiber towel to professionally clean your leather car seats.

Customer Reviews

"Used the car leather conditioner and protection cream on my seats and liquids just easily wipe off. Thanks"

"My cream leather car seats were looking more brown than cream. The leather kit did a great job of cleaning them up."

"Car seats looking shiny after a while of use. Used the leather cleaner and it gave them the matt finish I was looking for"

FAQs

Leather cleaners are carefully formulated so that they are strong enough to remove dirt but gentle enough to still preserve your leather. Common leather cleaners include using washing up liquid or cleaning wipes. These products are not designed for leather and ruin the finish of the leather leaving it shiny whilst leaving behind a layer of residue, it’s the buildup of body oils, grease, grime, and filth that gives the leather a glossy appearance, using cleaners not designed for leather will leave a glossy appearance. Clean, new leather is dull in finish and not slippery to touch. 

Car Leather cleaners that are designed just for leather will remove dirt and grime whilst leaving a dull, matte finish when the leather is dry. Just how leather should be.

One 250ml bottle of Gentle Leather Cleaner is enough to clean a full car 4-5 times.

Applying the Leather Conditioner & Protection cream to your leather car seats will make them softer, more flexible, last longer, look better whilst protecting the leather from spills. The cream forms a layer on top of the leather that prevents stains and wearing of the leather. Be sure to spot test first – some new leather, particularly leather car seats, may be factory-treated with a silicone sealer. If that’s the case, the Leather Conditioner & Protection cream may not absorb until the leather is a bit more “worn.”

You can use condition and product your leather goods as often as you like. But we recommend doing it every 4-6 months to give optimal protection.

The Leather Conditioner goes quite far with a little amount. The 250ml bottle will be able condition a full car 4-5 times.

Yes our products are designed not to harm or discolour leather.

To make the process easier and more efficient you will want;

  • A leather cleaning brush.
  • A leather cleaning sponge.
  • A microfiber cloth to apply leather conditioner.

You can use other applicators but these will provide the best results by far.

Please follow the instructions in this video. Always spot test on your leather before beginning.

This all depends. The more effort you put into cleaning, the longer it will take but the end result will be better.

To clean and condition a full car it will take 30-45 minutes.

No. The products aren’t safe to use on suede.

Yes. Except suede.

The products can be used on all kinds of leather. Please be careful and spot test before using.

Car Leather Cleaner

The gentle leather cleaner has been formulated so that it is gentle enough to be used as a leather car seat cleaner on all kinds of leather car seats whilst still leaving seats cleansed. 

Car Leather Conditioner

Our leather conditioner and protection cream is a great for protecting your leather car seats from spills, dirt and liquids. Keep your expensive leather car seats in great condition.

How To Use A Leather Cleaner And Leather Conditioner

Having the right tools for the job is crucial to cleaning leather correctly, we recommend a leather cleaning brush, microfiber towel, leather cleaning sponge and our gentle leather cleaner with our leather conditioner cream.

Thoroughly spray the leather with the gentle leather cleaner, lightly scrub the leather in circular motions with the leather cleaning brush. Wipe off all residue. Very Lightly wipe over the leather with a leather cleaning sponge (very lightly is key as these can be aggressive on some leather types). If dirt is still ingrained in the leather repeat the process but with the intense leather cleaner. Wipe off all residue and wait for the leather to dry or use a hairdryer to speed up this process.

When the leather is dry, apply small drops of leather conditioner cream all over the leather before gently massaging in the conditioner cream with a microfiber towel. Wipe off all residue, the leather conditioner will leave a layer on the leather, leave this to dry and soak into the leather.

What Makes A Good Car Leather Cleaner and Conditioner?

A good leather cleaner for cars is one that thoroughly cleans and lifts dirt, leaving the leather with a dull, matte finish without damaging the leather or leaving a shiny finish. A good leather conditioner is one that leaves the seats feeling softer and smoother after use whilst leaving a pleasant aroma infused into the leather.

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