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post #1 of 8 Old 11-21-2015, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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Leatherique rejuvinating oil

Does this have a use by date?

Mine is 5-6 years old
Shaken up it is a custardy yellow colour

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2.5 years old, just shaken. Used last week and it's fine. Smell it, if it smells ok I'm sure it's fine. Test a small inconspicuous area.
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2.5 years old, just shaken. Used last week and it's fine. Smell it, if it smells ok I'm sure it's fine. Test a small inconspicuous area.

Thanks Dave
Great stuff
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I'll be cleaning and conditioning a lot of leather today. I'll be letting conditioner soak until next weekend. Really great results when doing this.
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I'll be cleaning and conditioning a lot of leather today. I'll be letting conditioner soak until next weekend. Really great results when doing this.

You have a warm garage?
Works best with heat I believe
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My garage is heated and at keep it at 60F but most of the parts are out of the garage in my heated basement. I apply with a foam brush then work the material in by hand (bare hands) for several minutes per panel. After I apply another coat (heavy) and let sit more days.

That process has served me very well.
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I always park the cars in the sun for a few hours.
Haven't used it in the winter though...

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Was going to use it in the F-car but had the dealership clean and detail the car. Used this stuff in my twin-turbo Z and could feel the seats feeling softer. And since it is all natural(I think) I don't worry about what toxic chemical will be absorbed into my body. The bottles are not quite flat on the bottom which I find unusual.

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