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cleaning leather wrap - 12-02-2007, 07:15 PM

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12-02-2007, 07:27 PM

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what is the best way to clean a leather wrap
Hello, go to Tandy leather, they have a number of products on hand. I would purchase their cleaner, conditioner, and the finish they offer. These are the produces I use to clean and refinish Leather wraps.

The materials I have outlined above will cost no more then $20 total for everything. Nothing I have seen will do a better job, I mean these people know Leather.

Hope this helps, if you do not have one near you go on line and buy the products there.


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12-02-2007, 07:58 PM

i don't know about best, but the easiest by far is to stick it in the washer machine. a positive side note is you get to test hit a different que after every cleaning. if you don't like it, just pop it back in for another rumble.
  
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