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Default Favorite Leather Cleaner?

The seats in my '04 Silverado 2500HD need a little work; they are supposed to be Pewter but are looking a little "green".

Anybody have a favorite leather cleaner or treatment that they can recommend?

Thanks in advance -

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Lexol has worked really well for me. Even used it to restore an old motorcycle jacket.
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x2 for Lexol. Great product.

For more stubborn dirt I use Simple Green.
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Ask Charley what he uses on his Chaps...
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Lexol has worked really well for me. Even used it to restore an old motorcycle jacket.
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x2 for Lexol. Great product.

For more stubborn dirt I use Simple Green.
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