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This is what I use for my leather interior on my 850R, it works great and it doesn't leave a greasy feel to it and the seats shine like new. Check the URL below; <A HREF="http://www.ipdusa.com/DisplayItems.cfm?CategoryID=%23%27%3CS%2E%0A&SubDepartmentID=%22%26%2C%231%0A&DepartmentID=%21%27QS1%0A" TARGET=_blank>http://www.ipdusa.com/DisplayItems.cfm?CategoryID=%23%27%3CS%2E%0A&SubDepartmentID=%22%26%2C%231%0A&DepartmentID=%21%27QS1%0A</A> <P>Good luck<BR> <IMG SRC="http://www.swedespeed.com/ubb/smile.gif">
 

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I have to agree. I'm on my first leather car as well. I've previously used it on my furniture with rave reviews. Just started using it on my V70. Great product
 

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I haven''t used the IPD products yet I am glad to hear of such good reviews. I would also reccomend Lexol Leather Cleaner and Conditioner. That's some good stuff. Some tips on your Volvo:<P>1.) Don't EVER get wax on the vinyl body molding, it will not come off.<P>2.) Be careful with skin oil on the steering wheel, it can cause for the leather to actually rub off.<P>3.) For exterior products try <A HREF="http://www.zainobros.com/" TARGET=_blank>http://www.zainobros.com/</A> these are the products that the manufacture's use at the big auto shows such as Frankfurt's and so forth. They have up to 12 step I believe. <P>4.) Also Volvo uses a 9 step paint process when your car was painted so it should last you a while. Since I work with reconditioning cars all day I know Volvo's are known for the quality of their upholstery and their paint process as well. have fun<BR> <BR>
 
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