Pros: REALLY Works on tough stains and deep down dirt.
Cons: Cost $8-9 for cleaner and another $8-9 for conditioner. Two step process.
I AM IMPRESSED!!!
I just bought a 96 Maxima GLE, the seats were in good condition but were a bit dirty and since they are tan the dirt really showed. My seats were broken in and i dont think the previous owner ever cleaned them. Dirt was deep in the creases and pores also some ink and food stains. I read the previous review on epinions for this product and had to try it. Problem was i couldn't find it anywhere, after trying three places i settled for the 'Lexol' brand cleaner. BAD MOVE!!! This thing did not work, I'm sure it worked on surface dirt and would probably be fine for black seats but for light colored seats DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND GET THE MOTHERS!!! And forget those cleaner & conditioner in one products for light colored or seats with stains too. I removed my seats too, just four bolts for each front and my rear seat just popped out after releasing the retainer clips on the bottom, it was definetly easier than trying to clean them inplace. I used the mothers cleaner and a medium bristle toothbrush and my seats look NEW, no exaggeration!! Spray it on work it in a little then let it sit for about 20-30 seconds then really use the brush to get out the stains and wipe with a clean rag, the ink stains just dissolved. Definetly use a toothbrush instead of a rag, the rag cant get at the dirt in the pores and creases as easily as the brush, and you wont have to use as much elbo grease!! Afterwards I made sure i followed up with the cleaner too, two coats, just in case ;)
THIS IS ONE OF FEW PRODUCTS THAT REALLY DELIVERS!!!
P.S. Anybody want to buy some Lexol?