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    Leather Perl + Cquartz

    Hi All,

    long time reader first time poster, have come from bowdens camp (a local brand here in Aus) and finally have ordered my big bucket of carpro gear with some cquartz interior and exterior coatings.

    I have a few cars to go over and my jetski.

    My plan was to clean the leather inside the car with 'carpro inside diluted' and then give it a rub over with some 'diluted carpro perl', then proceed to coat the seats with cquartz leather 2.0

    are these products going to interfere with each other? will they complement the texture? is perl even needed?

    thanks

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    You want one or the other but not both. The coating needs to bond to the surface. Perl won't allow that to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    You want one or the other but not both. The coating needs to bond to the surface. Perl won't allow that to happen.
    will perl add any supple after I coat it?

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    I have not used Perl on leather. I have used CQ Leather 2.0 and it feels like the leather is unchanged. If your leather needs moisture I would stick with something like colourlock.

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