local Acura dealer, but they quit carrying it. I have also used Saddle
Soap and Mink Oil (shortly after I got the car) and a local leather
shop (sells leather goods like boots and saddles and kits to create
leather purses and wallets) and they had something that was almost
exactly like the Acura Leather cleaner. I would not suggest trying to
dye it, though other may not agree. If you get it in time, you may
have to live with some of the cracking in the look, but it will keep
the color and not crack any further. You will probably have to treat
it several times to get it back in to shape.
Posted by Rubber Dino
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