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November 17, 2004, 03:32 PM

Real quick... Got a muddied up leather Astars TZ-1 jacket... Once was red and now is brown... Exaggerating of course, but basically, I need to clean this dirt off my jacket....

Anybody know of any leather cleaning products that I can get a hold of CHEAP? laundry is talkin' $50 plus a couple - few WEEKS to get it done...

I don't understand...

Anyway, are there any suggestions you can offer?


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November 17, 2004, 03:49 PM

Most leather liquid soap is $6. I don't remember what I use. Most black leather shops (not moto shops) carry some kind of cleaner.


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November 17, 2004, 04:00 PM

I've been using a leather cleaner that come from a leather couch kit. It's pretty much a soap/water mix. Any leather clothing shop you find in the mall will have leather cleaner and conditioner. After you clean it, let it dry and apply the conditioner and let it air out.


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Ride in the rain.


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November 18, 2004, 07:57 AM

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Ride in the rain.

Funny, Boom!

Anyway, I decided to stop by the auto parts store and see what they had for leather cleaner... Got some Meguiars Leather Cleaner/Conditioner Spray... Worked just great! Jacket looks like new! All the mud and grime gone and nice shine left.... Not sayin' it's THE best solution or whatever, but hey..... it worked for me!

Thanks er'body!


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Ride in the rain.
Dammit. Beat me to it. lol
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That IS funny....haha


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November 19, 2004, 06:12 PM

use a hand towell and soak it in warm water and Tide. and hand wash it.
then rinse it off with cold water. and then hang it to air dry.
damn i sound like a girl giving you a cooking recepy.


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saddle soap cleans
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