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    Re: Review - D180 Leather Cleaner & Conditioner & D181 Leather Cleaner

    D180 is good stuff. Unfortunately I never used the AP leather cleaner so I can't compare the two. D181 worked very well and it's hard to beat for the price.

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    Re: Review - D180 Leather Cleaner & Conditioner & D181 Leather Cleaner

    I gotta say, 180 left my Lexus leather way too oily. I have a gallon, used it once and it sits now. Pretty simple to use, so I don't know how I could have done something wrong

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    Re: Review - D180 Leather Cleaner & Conditioner & D181 Leather Cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by larry33 View Post
    I gotta say, 180 left my Lexus leather way too oily. I have a gallon, used it once and it sits now. Pretty simple to use, so I don't know how I could have done something wrong
    A little does go a long way. What type of applicator did you use? Did you go over the area with a microfiber to remove any excess product?

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    Re: Review - D180 Leather Cleaner & Conditioner & D181 Leather Cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    D180 is good stuff. Unfortunately I never used the AP leather cleaner so I can't compare the two. D181 worked very well and it's hard to beat for the price.
    I'll pick some up and give it a go. I find the AP stuff really good for nasty jobs, but it is pretty high on the PH scale and I find I have to be really careful with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    A little does go a long way. What type of applicator did you use? Did you go over the area with a microfiber to remove any excess product?
    This. Gotta wipe off excess.

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    I used a foam applicator, used light coat and immediately wiped. Seemed like no matter how many times or how hard I scrubbed, I couldn't get greasiness off

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    Re: Review - D180 Leather Cleaner & Conditioner & D181 Leather Cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by larry33 View Post
    I used a foam applicator, used light coat and immediately wiped. Seemed like no matter how many times or how hard I scrubbed, I couldn't get greasiness off
    Sounds like the leather under isn't clean then.

    I usually clean the leather, then apply D180. Let it sit for a bit to soak in, then wipe off excess with a dry MF.

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    Re: Review - D180 Leather Cleaner & Conditioner & D181 Leather Cleaner

    The only leather care products I have ever used are from leatherique. Perhaps I'm just used to the finish left from them and I'm just disappointed at the results in contrast?

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    Re: Review - D180 Leather Cleaner & Conditioner & D181 Leather Cleaner

    I've used D180 a few times now on the leather seats of a Mercedes E Class. I'm not completely sure but I'd guess the leather in that car is Uncoated because it's noticeably harder and dryer than most cars leather interior. Either that or it's thier M-Tech material. It takes a liberal amount of D180 to condition those seats and they're anything but greasy once I'm done. Works great on them and really picks up alot of noticeable dirt on my white terry applicators.

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