In Reply to: I need leather care 101. posted by ulrich on February 09, 2000 at 14:22:17:
The Pinnacle products are less shiny than Lexol, but it boils down to personal preference. There is a Conditioner for restoring moisture content and the flexibility of the leather and then there's Cleaner which does what it says. I buy all of my products from Autopia (they have a banner and give discounts to MB members) and they have some good care tips. Take a look at Leather Care.
: My M-Coupe is the first car I have ever owned with leather seats. Actually, I'd prefer cloth seats in this climate (Texas), but that's another story.
: Assume I know nothing about leather (other than shoes), how do I take care of my black seats.