Date registered: Dec 2008
Vehicle: 2005 230 Kompressor
Location: Santa Rosa, CA
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All of the products mentioned above are good. Note that most new leather is actually coated (some type of plastic or polymer coating over the top of the leather), so do your research to find a product to meet your needs.
Creams or thick gels can clog the leather pores and actually trap dust and dirt instead of protecting it if applied too thickly which could leave a residue.
If you apply liquids or creams as opposed to a leather care spray, do so in thin coats via a microfiber towels so they have the time to absorb with any excess being wiped off after a few minutes.
Tons of info on leather care on various auto detail sites like autopia, etc.
2005 230 Kompressor SS