In Reply to: I use Lexol too, BUT..... posted by AndrewinLA on February 09, 2000 at 16:20:16:
IF finished is actually "cracked" it is too late for Lexol, and on a car as new as your M I'd consider it a warranty issue if that happened. OTOH if it is just "wrinkled" all genuine leather car seats develop character lines with use just like coats and shoes do, some sooner and more prominently than others depending on the leather, seat design, driving habits etc. On seats that have an extremely smooth look when brand new, that brand new look just doesn't stay there. Nothing to worry about though, it's normal.
: When I apply it to the outside seat bolster it looks good for one day then the sign of wear are back. I heard Conolly makes a better product but have not tried it. I wish I could get rid of that crackling look on the bolsters. This only seems to be a problem with M leather seats.