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    Leather Sealer System



    Product Attributes:

    • Long lasting protection for automotive leather
    • Great for new cars as a preventative protection to stains and cracking
    • Protects against stains like; ink, lipstick, food & beverages.
    • Great for older cars that have lost their clear coat and luster
    • 2 step system, prep in step 1 and follow with the Leather Guard in step 2
    • 2-3 times per year treatment

    Size:
    2 - 6oz bottles with towel & applicator pad
    Part Number: G3800
    MSRP: $14.99
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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    Great idea guys!

    Is it acrylic based? Does it make the leather slippery?
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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    Nice! Another pretty easy up-sale on details!

    Works like a sealant? Does the Leather Guard haze or do we wipe on wipe off?
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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    The Leather Sealer is a water based, polymer fortified coating - think of it sort of like Ultimate Protectant but for leather. It will add virtually zero gloss to the finish and applies like a typical leather conditioner. It has moisturizers in it, but due to the polymer load it's durability is far greater than other typical conditioners. The primary function here is to act as a barrier against dirt and stains, but primarily it takes the brunt of the abrasive action that even light dirt creates, which is what wears down the protective coating on automotive leather. Giving the finish a proper cleaning with the provided cleaner first, then coating with the Leather Sealer, should keep your leather moisturized, supple, and looking great for years to come.
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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    Another promising product. Can't wait to try this one out.
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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    Gotta get this for my G's leather seats! Wish it was around back in 2005 when I bought the G!
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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    So if we aren't obsessed with "sealing," our seats would the more traditional products probably still be best?

    I was told before that the other Meguiar's leather care products did not contain any animal products, like animal oils/fats. Is this the same?

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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    Still no animal oils/fats/etc in this product. Honestly, it's extremely doubtful that Meguiar's will ever use any sort of animal material in any of our products. And if sealing your leather is not terribly important but you still want a good moisturizing/conditioning product, stick with our existing offerings.
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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    What would be the usual maintenance after using this?
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    Re: Leather Sealer System

    We recommend cleaning and applying the sealant - so basically using the full kit - 2 to 3 times per year depending on use.
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