I have some "Turtle Wax All Surface Interior Detailer Spray". (I could only find it at Wal Mart) It says you can use it on vinyl, leather, and several other surfaces. The seats and dash in my 2014 Buick LaCrosse appear to be all leather and I want to make sure I'm taking good care of them. But the deodorizing properties of this detailer spray are a huge bonus for this car.

Will this spray be safe/good for the leather or is it safer to go with a dedicated leather/vinyl cleaner and have to miss out on the deodorizer? (I still plan to follow up a leather conditioner for the UV protection.)

  • What leather care products have you found? Soap? Leather cleaner? Leather oil? Personally I would not use a generic all surface cleaner…
    – Solar Mike
    Aug 13, 2021 at 22:14
  • Agree with Mike ... use something specific for leather. Aug 13, 2021 at 22:43
  • The leather specific products I found are Meguiars Gold Class. "Leather and vinyl cleaner" and "leather conditioner".
    – Stainsor
    Aug 14, 2021 at 3:29
  • Have you checked with the horsey people - they care for and treat leather... Many leather goods are still used for many purposes...
    – Solar Mike
    Aug 14, 2021 at 7:51
  • My Buick Lesabre has leather seats. From Walmart, I have been using ArmorAll Leather Care Gel monthly. The leather looks like new, not bad for a 1997 Buick. The product also rejuvenates the pebble finish vinyl top surface of the dashboard. For a deodorizer, use Febreze spray on your floor mats and other carpet areas.
    – John Canon
    Aug 15, 2021 at 2:03


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