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

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I've also seen it in places that sell horse saddles & similar stuff.
 

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Ensure you put mink wax on the leathers after Lexoling them.
 
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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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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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I cleaned up an old leather suit with ArmorAll leather treatment. Seemed to do an ok job. No skanky smell to it. It was probably cheap.
 

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Just to update this I did treat my leathers with lexol. First I used the cleaner and then the conditioner. Worked awesome. No stank. *
 
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