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So i think it's time to wash the INSIDE of my leather jacket...I'm seeing nowhere how to wash these jackets. How to clean the outside is a simple task but for the inside...i'm not sure if I should soak it in a tub of water with some light soap or...
 

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Buy yourself some Nikwax leather cleaner and follow the directions they provide. Nikwax also makes a leather restorer that works great too. I use both of these products on my leather stuff and it is the best cleaning products that I have tried.
 

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Buy yourself some Nikwax leather cleaner and follow the directions they provide. Nikwax also makes a leather restorer that works great too. I use both of these products on my leather stuff and it is the best cleaning products that I have tried.
That's pretty interesting! I'm actually looking for something to clean the inside due to sweat and dirt...
 

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Hi, I'm a new member to this forum. However, I worked at a dry cleaners in the past so I will give you my input. Do not take any of your leather items to DRY CLEANERS. Take them to Leather Specialists. If you take it to dry cleaners, it will make your jacket look slightly faded and dried? Anyways, just take it to your leather cleaning specialist to have your jacket cleaned. I was happy with the results when I got my alpinestar jacket back. Best of luck to you!

This guy is #1 with leather items just FYI. He cleaned my jacket and I was really pleased. Cost me $20-30.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/mr-shoewash-lakewood-2
 

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Hi, I'm a new member to this forum. However, I worked at a dry cleaners in the past so I will give you my input. Do not take any of your leather items to DRY CLEANERS. Take them to Leather Specialists. If you take it to dry cleaners, it will make your jacket look slightly faded and dried? Anyways, just take it to your leather cleaning specialist to have your jacket cleaned. I was happy with the results when I got my alpinestar jacket back. Best of luck to you!

This guy is #1 with leather items just FYI. He cleaned my jacket and I was really pleased. Cost me $20-30.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/mr-shoewash-lakewood-2
Thanks for your input kevin! Do you remember for how much? Thanks!

Edited: Nevermind! Just saw you said 20-30$
 

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Take the armors off and then turn the leather jacket and pants insides out to clean. (Leather cleaner and conditioner)

I even tried once in my washing machine lol. Cold water - dedicate wash - and hang dry. It was okay, didn't see any damage. (Do at your own risk)


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