I recently brought some leather tan seats for my gtv, (got to think of a name for her as yet, had her for six months now without any problems and it sailed through the MOT the other day. My very 1st Alfa).
Last night in the kitchen I cleaned my seats with some leather ultra clean and was really impressed on how well they looked. Afterwards I then used some leather protection cream and again I was really impressed on how it made the leather seats smell of leather and supple and not some cheap smell that you get from some cleaners.
On the drivers side I mixed up some leather paint for the correct colour and slowly touched up a few marks on the drivers bolster side and this morning the paint had dried and the colour was perfect.
I ve had some leather cleaners before and used them on my old classic Porsche's, but I've got to admit that this stuff works wonders and would recommended anyone to use this stuff.
The seats look like new and I'll be fitting them soon into my car, so if anyone wants an immaculate black/grey cloth interior from a ph2 car, just let me know.
The website search for the leather cleaner is ... Furniture Clinic - Leather Care Cleaner, Furniture Repair & Restoration
and only cost me £45 for the whole process and some elbow grease