Hide Conditioner Car Leather Conditioner
Hide Leather Conditioner conditions the hide by reintroducing essential oils, softening it, and restoring its original colour. Its second function is to act as a protective barrier cream.
It has been designed to condition aniline leather by re-introducing essential oils to nourish the hide from within while adding protection. And, on semi-aniline and pigmented or painted leather, it simply acts as a barrier cream.
With an abundance of grit and grime out there that's likely to be transferred inside the vehicle on clothing, it's easy to see why your leather may need nourishing and extra protection.
It gives an indication of what a conditioner is physically able to do, and how it will "work'. Take a look at our guide on Cleaning Leather to learn about the different types of leather finishes and how they should be protected
Not only preventing it from becoming engrained, but making it easier to wipe away during routine maintenance.
The Auto Finesse® Hide Leather Conditioner is based on a lanolin and wax enriched formula, and features two distinctly important functions. Hide Leather Conditioner’s first function is too condition the hide by reintroducing essential oils, softening it, and restoring its original colour. Its second function is to act as a protective barrier cream. This creates a breathable layer that keeps the leather from drying out, and prevents dye-transfer on light coloured upholstery. Hide Leather Conditioner is suited to all finished, semi-aniline, and aniline (Sometimes also called ‘Nappa’, uncoated, or natural.) leather finishes.
Begin by cleaning the leather with Auto Finesse® Hide Leather Cleaner to remove any debris, and prepare the surface for conditioning. Before applying the Hide Leather Conditioner, give the bottle a good shake to integrate the ingredients. Apply sparingly to a Microfibre, or Foam Applicator Pad. Gently work the conditioner into the surface of the leather until full coverage has been attained. Allow to cure to a haze for several minutes, and buff off with a general purpose Microfibre Towel to reveal a natural satin-matte finish.
For more information on How To Clean Leather Car Seats read our guide.