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Old 07-11-2012, 07:52 PM
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Leather food - Wheeler Dealers S07EP01

Ok, I have tried hard to find out exactly which product did Ed China use to restore Jensen leather seats in Season 7 Episode 1. I tried contacting Mike but of course got an automated message.

I wish Ed had stopped to explain/describe the product while using the product.
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Old 07-12-2012, 01:59 AM
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I love it...deatiling advise from Wheeler Dealers, a TV show

FWIW-Leather is the hide removed from a deceased animal and the tanning / curing processes used seal in the necessary oils during the fat liquoring stage, thereby ensuring that the fibres cannot nor, do they need to be fed.
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Old 07-12-2012, 07:08 AM
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Ok, I have tried hard to find out exactly which product did Ed China use to restore Jensen leather seats in Season 7 Episode 1. I tried contacting Mike but of course got an automated message.

I wish Ed had stopped to explain/describe the product while using the product.
This stuff is for neglected leather. I don't care for the smell but it can restore worn leather, but don't expect a miracle.

Connolly Hide Care Leather Products
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Old 07-13-2012, 02:35 AM
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This stuff is for neglected leather. I don't care for the smell but it can restore worn leather, but don't expect a miracle.

Connolly Hide Care Leather Products
Connolly Leather is a specific brand of leather from a now non-trading company and was formulated for un-coated, not finished (urathane) leather, which is used in 95%+ of modern vehicle upholstery



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