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Just a friendly reminder to those who haven't conditioned their leather in awhile.

Did mine today and the Nordkap is a look'n fine!
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (mpdbrown)

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the flake really does pop. looks like sex.

I lerve the R's leather, both its look and feel. Then I get into my co-worker's 528i.....meh. Hard, cold, gray, reminds me of...ooh that's another story. For my driving environment, the R most definitely.
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (Forced5)

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I lerve the R's leather, both its look and feel. Then I get into my co-worker's 528i.....meh. Hard, cold, gray, reminds me of...ooh that's another story. For my driving environment, the R most definitely.

I am with you not impressed with BMW interiors lately.. Drove the new M3 the other day very fast, handles so unbelievably well yet interior.. eh.. not as good as it could have been.. Ugly dash.. uncomfortable seats..
 

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I work on volvo's and BMW's all day long and i must say im so NOT impressed by bmw interior well there seats theer so dang hard
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (mpdbrown)

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the flake really does pop. looks like sex.

Mmmmm, blue flaky sex indeed!
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (850arrrsaylikepirate)

I didn't like Lexol on my Nordkap. I use Zaino's cleaner and conditioner.
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (skibum0627)

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I didn't like Lexol on my Nordkap. I use Zaino's cleaner and conditioner.

What didn't you like about Lexol? My Nordkap likes it.

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I use Bick 4.

I also use it on my draft horse harness, boots, tack, etc. It's a little pricey, but worked nicely on my interior. Maybe they have samples for you.

http://www.bickmore.com/bickmo....html

Looks like quality leather juice. I am sure it works well.
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (850arrrsaylikepirate)

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What didn't you like about Lexol? My Nordkap likes it.

Well it's not bad, I liked Zaino better as it made the leather softer and more resistant to wrinkling and color fading. It smells a bit though
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (skibum0627)

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Well it's not bad, I liked Zaino better as it made the leather softer and more resistant to wrinkling and color fading. It smells a bit though

Interesting, I have never used Zaino products.
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (850arrrsaylikepirate)

Where can I find these products? Lexol, Zaino, Bicky4

I've been neglecting my leather.
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (sinisin63)

I find Bick 4 at my feed supply store.

Shoe stores may also have it, tack shops oronline. Although for some reason few of the horse people use Lexol on their tack.

Google Bickman (Bick leather products) and you'll find info about it.
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (Kirb)

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Where can I find these products? Lexol, Zaino, Bicky4

I've been neglecting my leather.

IPD sells lexol but not for the greatest price. Amazon has it for pretty cheap, as do lots of other online retailers. Be sure to buy the conditioner only and not the cleaner. The cleaner is much to harsh for our leather.

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http://********************/smile/emthup.gif was going to do this in a couple weeks but you inspired me to do it tonight my Atacama thanks you

You are welcome Atacama


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Right on! Ready to do the Lexol once I get the time. Just did the clay bar and wax last week...

Hahaha, funny because I need to clay bar my ride, once I get the time.
 

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Re: Lexol = Love for your leather (BrunoS)

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You should try Lexi Love. Looks fine and very hot.

WOW, I happened to have my Google Safe Search turned off when I searched for said Lexi and well, lets just say NSFW would be in order
 

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I was able to find a large quantity of Lexol at an equestrian supply store and feed mill...$20 for a gallon is a bargain. I like how the Lexol conditions the R Leather, but I'm convinced that there's got to be something better out there. I'll try that Bick 4...
 
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