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10-21-2019 09:55 PM
Stroking it Try a different leather cleaner. Lexol make some good stuff. I don't think it smells. I have used it but like the smell of it. I also use Griots 3n1 stuff. You can get it at Auto Zone so you can take a whiff to see if you like it. LOL
10-21-2019 03:34 PM
Eliminating leather conditioner odor

The smell I believe is giving me a headache. I used leather cleaner and conditioner from Duragloss. It did a good job with the leather, but now every time I drive the truck I get a pounding headache, and it takes forever to get the smell out of my nose. Is there anything I can use to get rid of it other than ripping out the seats and letting them sit in the sun for a week?

At least I am Hoping it is due to the smell and not some other issue, though none of my passengers complained of a headache, just me.

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