I am in the process of exploring Leatherique toward a goal of filling some hairline cracks with their Crack Filler. I can't say much about the product yet --- but I can tell you that nothing beats pouring that honey-colored conditioner into your hand and massaging it into the seats --- whew, gotta go and do it some more --- right now!!!! [}]
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I've had great results from Meguiars 'Gold Class' leather conditioner. It smells odd initially, "vat of chemicals" smell, but if you work it into the leather in the evening, the leather goodness smell really comes out when you get into the car in the morning.
Also, either give it plenty of time or apply it lightly to the drivers seat. If you put it on thick and don't wait at least 24 hours, you'll be wearing it to the office the next day.
My 126 project is getting back from paint sooner than I expected. It's going to be in my apartment building's parking garage which isn't completely enclosed. My Cadillac gets covered in dust within a few weeks.
My previous experience with car covers is they never fit right. Part of the reason...
This is my first convertible and my first Mercedes-Benz. I purchased a 2017 E400 Cabriolet [designo diamond white with brown cabriolet top]. The car only has 6k miles on it and was always in a garage. Why fix it if it isn't broken however should I be thinking about putting some sort of fabric...
Just got the car on Memorial day. Paint looked ok, but horizontal surfaces were rough...really rough. So break out the clay
After clay, hit it with a quick coat of Megs #7 then #26. looked pretty good
Until I saw it under LED light...
once again, yuck!
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