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post #1 of 9 Old 07-10-2009, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Best Leather Cleaner

My leather gloves have a light tan palm and they are starting to turn black from gunk. They are also sticking to the grips...like really sticky. I need to clean both I guess.

Grips are the ProGrip Sport Gel and Gloves are Teknic Speedstar

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post #2 of 9 Old 07-10-2009, 05:11 PM
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your grips are probably toast, those gel ones turn to moosh after too much sun..

I clean my coat with pledge.. shrug, works good :P

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Throw them in the washer with a mild non bleaching detergent. Air/hang dry... When almost dry rub/massage some hand lotion of your choice into the leather to keep it moist. Then let it dry out more. Apply more lotion as needed for dry spots.

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post #5 of 9 Old 07-11-2009, 07:00 AM
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Neat's Foot oil makes leather cleaner and a rejuvinater that works great.

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Lexol Leather Care Including Vinylex and Kozak Products

They make a cleaner and a conditioner.

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Throw them in the washer with a mild non bleaching detergent. Air/hang dry... When almost dry rub/massage some hand lotion of your choice into the leather to keep it moist. Then let it dry out more. Apply more lotion as needed for dry spots.

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Put the lotion in the basket.....

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Lexol Leather Care Including Vinylex and Kozak Products

They make a cleaner and a conditioner.
Lexol is good stuff. Meguiar's Gold Leather cleaner has worked well for me so far.

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LeatherTherapy is good stuff as well. Never tried it on motorcycle gear but works great on all of my horse riding gear.

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