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    Cleaning and protecting seats

    Curious what everyone uses to clean and protect the saddles on their bikes? Obviously we don't want a slippery film left behind. I just used some meg's int detailer wipes and it cleaned up pretty well. Thinking wiping some 303 on might add some decent UV protection and shine without becoming slippy...

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    Re: Cleaning and protecting seats

    Vinyl or leather?
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    Re: Cleaning and protecting seats

    Actually I went out to look at it today thinking of this question and I'm just not 100% sure. It just might be actual leather of some type... All I know is that its not the original seat.

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    Re: Cleaning and protecting seats

    Disregard, it appears to be vinyl. I'll just hit it with some soap and water and my favorite vinyl treatment.

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    Have to be carefull... a lot of vinyl protectants will become slick, esp when wet.
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    Re: Cleaning and protecting seats

    I've found that 303 is pretty neutral, especially if you wipe it on lightly.

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