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Leather Conditioner on Plastic panels...why?

LC is good to use on all interior surfaces, door panels, dash, leather seats.....

 

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Treat your car's interior with Adam's Leather & Interior Conditioner 3-4 times a season to keep it in premium condition for the life of your car.

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You can really use what ever you prefer on the interior panels. If you want a shinier look, go with SVRT. A satin finish with more UV protection, use the leather conditioner (the bottle does say Leather Conditioner but it is a Leather and Interior Conditioner). You can even use In and Out Spray but that is a big waste of a great product. I&O is best for hard to reach places and your air vents when dealing with the interior.

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Rain does not get inside my car and rarely on the outside. If its raining I'll drive the beater. Leather conditioner on the inside panels for me. Smells great!

 

 

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Yeah, LC on the dash and parts that don't get wet... I don't have a beater... If I'm paying for something I'm driving it.

 

 

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Just a few years left to be paying on your Pontiac.

 

Havin a beater rocks!!! Never had one before (that wasn't my main mode of transportation). Now I will never go without one again. If I want to mod my baby I can without worrying about time. If I wanna do an intense multi-day detail, I can without having to worry about leaving my paint unprotected. And of course, if it rains, I don't have drive my camaro(he hates getting wet):)

 

 

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