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    Leather Couch Conditioner

    Does anybody have good suggestions on what to use? Went to the furniture store I bought it from, but seemed pricey there. All I found today at other stores was stuff for car seats. As I understand it you need to treat them once a year or you can get cracking/fading.



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    Re: Leather Couch Conditioner

    Wood Polish...Pledge, Old Gold, etc...



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    Re: Leather Couch Conditioner

    I've used the leather conditioner for car seats on interior leather furniture for years with excellent results. Unless your home is very dry, there's little worry that the leather will crack even without conditioning.



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