Ive tried a few cleaners and they all seem to be a waste of time, most I would imagine would have some harsh cleaning agent that isn't really necessary (and ive not noticed to have any great effect above the crème your going to use after anyway). Ive had just as much of a result using the crèmes on their own. I have tried a few of the supposed to be good ones and found the Autoglym to give the best and easiest results. Most will either leave a film or even a powdery deposit behind. The best was the Auto Finesse Leather Hide crème for what seemed like moisturising, but I didn't like the powder/white residue it left behind that I was cleaning up for a while after. The Autoglym Balm leaves a good finish and is available anywhere. I leave it on for a hour, then wipe off the rest. Never leaves any poor effects and smells nice too. Goes for the steering wheel as well. When using this on my old Corsa VXRs interior, I did see it darkened the red stitching, but this was only temporary while wet and didn't seem to leave any effect on the stitching long term.
Giulietta 170 MA TCT Business Edition/Spider 3.2 V6 Q4