Don’t use oil products on the leather seats in your car: Video

Posted: Jan 24, 2012By: FibrenewCategory: Automotive::Franchise, DIY, General, Leather Advice From the Pros

Oil products like olive oil, oil soap  and WD-40 can ruin the leather seats in your car, so you should not use them.  Old wives’ tales say oil helps soften up and condition leather, but that only works for baseball mitts and cowboy horse saddles – not your nice leather seats.

Leave any additional questions in the comments or check out our post on wives’ tales related to leather care.

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