First of all my dealings with Leathermotive were through
their agent in Norway Nick who I contacted at....
Fax +47 776 50442 / Phone +47 776 50441.
I was recommended to use this product by another
Rover owner, who lives near me, and after reading about it on their website
was duly impressed. I phoned Nick and he recommended that, to do all the
seats & seatbacks, would only require a half litre of the prepping agent,
prestine clean and the dye but a full litre of the rejuvenator oil. In fact
I only used half of the prepping agent, prestine clean and dye but nearly
all the rejuvenating oil as the seats were very dry and stiff. Now they are
lovely and supple.
These I duly purchased, which I think cost me about
£120/125 with postage. The dye was made up for me to match a sample swatch
of my leather (buckskin). If you are going to do a straight colour change
then this wouldn't be necessary as I believe black would be a stock colour.
After following all their instructions (which you
download from their website as they DON'T send you any) about preparing the
leather I decided to use a brush. I must admit that I am VERY pleased with
the result (otherwise I wouldn't have recommended it to you). I only did the
actual leather in the car not the vinyl bits like door cards, gloveboxes
etc. so I can't comment on whether it's suitable for vinyl.
The only product I didn't purchase from them was the
crack filler, which in hindsight perhaps I should have, as I didn't realise
how deep some of the cracks in my seats were but I can live with those as I
think it makes the seats look a bit aged and not brand new.
I must admit I was very sceptical about their claims but
now wouldn't use anything else.