If you e-mail them they should be able to match a dye they have with your leather color. I've used leatherique, but I feel it's best for restoring and maintaining than conditioning and protecting.There product looks good, has any one used there dyes? How can you determine the interior color code of your car? I have black but it looks like they several black for there dyes
Chief, would you happen to know if our leather is "finished"? A protective coating of sorts that pretty much negates the purpose of leather conditioners.
Are you serious? $30 a seat? Wow. I got a quote here for $500 for my two front seats. They look pretty worn on the 'butt' part and a few scratches.Lexol cleaner & condtioner for maintenance, if they get real bad just look in your phone book for a leather repair man they can restore your leather to look like new fir about $30 per seat I did this now mine look like brand new