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Just wondering what is the best way to clean and condition the leather interior of my IS 250. The leather cleaner I used in my RX worked fine, but it's a cream which would get into the tiny holes of the perforated seats. Even a gel-type cleaner might get into the holes and interfere with the ventilated seats. What do you guys use??

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Just wondering what is the best way to clean and condition the leather interior of my IS 250. The leather cleaner I used in my RX worked fine, but it's a cream which would get into the tiny holes of the perforated seats. Even a gel-type cleaner might get into the holes and interfere with the ventilated seats. What do you guys use??

Lexol is liquid and won't leave residue or gum up.

http://www.superiorcarcare.net/lx1212.html

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Just wondering what is the best way to clean and condition the leather interior of my IS 250. The leather cleaner I used in my RX worked fine, but it's a cream which would get into the tiny holes of the perforated seats. Even a gel-type cleaner might get into the holes and interfere with the ventilated seats. What do you guys use??

Lexol is liquid and won't leave residue or gum up.

http://www.superiorcarcare.net/lx1212.html

Carcareonline.com is cheaper on Lexol products.

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Just wondering what is the best way to clean and condition the leather interior of my IS 250. The leather cleaner I used in my RX worked fine, but it's a cream which would get into the tiny holes of the perforated seats. Even a gel-type cleaner might get into the holes and interfere with the ventilated seats. What do you guys use??

I use Maguiars Gold Class leather cleaner. It comes in a spray bottle. The instructions say to spray it onto a rag and then rub onto a small area. I tried that the first time, and it took about 2 hours to do all the leather. Now I just spray it onto the seats and rub it with a terry cloth towel. It seems to work fine, and only takes about 20-30 minutes to do all the leather. I think I paid about $7 at the local auto parts shop. My IS has black leather, and this cleaner doesn't seem to cause any discoloration or running of the dye.

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