How do you condition car leather?

Can I condition my car's leather seats at home? My seats are looking a little old and worn. If I can, I’d like to do something to get them looking nice again.

You can actually condition your car leather at home with some baby soap and vinegar.
All you need to do is mix a teaspoon of baby soap in a cup of lukewarm water to make your own conditioner! If you want, you can also add a couple drops of white vinegar to help degrease the leather. Of course, you could also buy a leather conditioner if that’s easier.
Once you have your cleaner:
  • Dab the solution on your seats using a towel or microfiber cloth.
  • Let the seats air dry for the best results.
  • Use a leather protectant to prevent future stains
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Liz Jenson
Answered on Oct 26, 2021

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