What is the opinions of the experts on preventive maintenance of the leather portion of the seats on our Magnums?
Also, include the frequency of application, please.
2005 Magnum RT load runner 2.6: Inertia Motorsports 419 Stroker, Predator Tune: 475rwhp & 465rwtq, Crower Cam, Kook's Headers, 3 inch "Custom" Exhaust, Tunable Induction Intake, NAG1-HTC Tranny, 3.55 Gears, 600hp DSS Half-Shafts, TrueFiber Challenger Hood, Enkei Wheels 18"x9", MT 28.00" / 12.00" x 18" radials on rear, Paneled Rear Side Windows, GoManGo Front Seats, Eibach Springs/Dampers, Wilwood Calipers, Rear Wiper Removed, Billet Technology enhancments.
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Spray Lexol Leather Conditioner on your hand and massage it INTO all the nooks, cracks and crannies. Let it absorb for 20 minutes and wipe it off with an old t-shirt.
Do this every couple months and it will keep the leather supple without being sticky or slippery. The leather will burnish to a deep sheen over time and your hands will be very soft and have that new car smell for a day.
Pep Boys sells Lexol products for about $8.00/bottle and it will last over a year. I did this to my old '89 Lincoln Mk VII LSC I had for 10 years and the leather interior still looked like new when I sold it (sniff). No tears and the naturally occuring wrinkles never cracked.
It works wonders on old leather jackets, too!
LEMME HEMI !!!!!