Yah, that's true, to a point. The leather should be warm >50 degrees F, but not boiling hotCrazy_AcurA said:Someone told me long ago that its better to condition the leather seat after the car as been sitting outside in the heat for a bit. Is this true?
So - are you saying that using lexol cleaner and lexol conditioner is bad??? :wtf:Austin519 said:Crazy Acura:
That only matters for leather without a finish coat like ours...it means that the leather is breathing better and will more readily accept conditioning...I guess the best example is your skin more readily absorbing lotion after a hot shower than sitting outside in winter. For ours it makes no difference...and you should be using a vinyl conditioner anyway.
A couple of posts down... http://www.acuraworld.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1077autoxCLS said:
So - are you saying that using lexol cleaner and lexol conditioner is bad??? :wtf: