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    Thumbs up Lexol - thumbs up!

    Just finished cleaning and conditioning my leathers and boots with this stuff and I must say it works like a charm! Just call me Mr. Soft and Supple....err....actually, nevermind, don't call me that

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    where did you buy it? cost?
    im looking to get some for my leathers

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    enquiring minds want to know...

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    I got it at Pacific Yamaha (Beside RMS). it's $14.95 each (cleaner and conditioner), but each seems like they'll last a long time ( cleaned all my stuff, and still have LOTS left...probably only used 1/10 or 1/8th of it). Heh, but I ended up taking the last bottle of cleaner, so you'll probably have to wait until they order more in

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    So after you LEXOL your gear, do you need to but a spray on it to protect it from the rain?

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    hrmmm.. can you sniff it?

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    I've also seen it in places that sell horse saddles & similar stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GSP
    I've also seen it in places that sell horse saddles & similar stuff.
    There's a couple of stores on Davies that sell leathers and stuff...might have stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSP
    I've also seen it in places that sell horse saddles & similar stuff.
    Like any horse and tack shop I guess like the ones in Cloverdale and Langley??

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    Ensure you put mink wax on the leathers after Lexoling them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpideRider
    Ensure you put mink wax on the leathers after Lexoling them.
    I was just going to say that, Lexol is primarily a cleaner. After I've cleaned my leathers usually I sit down with a rag for a bit, heat up some Dubbin and Dubbin the hell out of my leathers. The Dubbin contains mink oil and a bunch of other good stuff (tallow too I think, etc etc.) that keeps leather in good shape for a long time.

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    I'm an auto detailer and can honestly say that lexol cleaner and lexol conditioner are the best i've used, yeah i've also heard that they are used in saddle shops, i get mine through a detailing product supplier called ducan, dont have the number handy though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack1
    I'm an auto detailer and can honestly say that lexol cleaner and lexol conditioner are the best i've used, yeah i've also heard that they are used in saddle shops, i get mine through a detailing product supplier called ducan, dont have the number handy though

    x2! I'm also an auto detailer.

    I use Pledge Lemon Scent. Works great on helmets too! (apparently...)

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    Anyone here using lexol on their leathers? *I've read a few comments here about following up with mink oil or dubbin. But lexol as I know it is a 2 bottle system. One is the cleaner and one is the conditioner. We use it on tack for the hayburners and just thinking about using it on my cortech suit, just a couple of comments in my research have made me wonder if I should follow up with something else like mink oil. Or maybe those posters were only using the lexol cleaner?

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    So no lexol lovers it would appear. Maybe a better question is what are you using on your leathers?

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