On the strength of this thread, I bought some Gliptone leather conditioner from the eBay link above. I used to have Gliptone leather car scent tags hanging and under the seats in my old Lancia trying to make the plastic seats smell like leather. I went for the Gliptone conditioner thinking it would smell differently, but it's the same.
To my nose the Gliptone smells like classic cars, great if you like that scent.
Today I bought some Autoglym leather cleaner and some Autoglym leather balm, I just managed to do part of my seat before it got dark.
Thoughts at the minute are it's very good stuff. Last week I was fortunate enough to have a ride in a fairly new Bentley, top to toe leather, those things smell amazing. I can honestly say I've got Autoglym on my wrists and fingers and it smells exactly the same as the Bentley, I'm smelling my fingers like a good looking 16 year old.
If anyone wants my unused bottle of Gliptone, just PM me and I'll send it on at some point this week.
I'm going to do the Sportwagon and the GT, if they smell like a Bentley, I'll be well happy.
I was searching for a thread where people had talked about the application of the Autoglym, can't find the thread so if anyone can re-advise how to apply it without it getting at all shiny, please speak up.
From my nose's point of view-
If it's old classic leather you want your car to smell of --Gliptone
If it's a new showroom smell you're after-- Autoglym
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