Clean your leather before you condition it by wiping it down with a wet cloth. If you have spots that won’t come out, spray aerosol hairspray on the stained area. Let it sit for a few seconds, and then wipe it away. When you wipe the hairspray off the leather, the spots should come off as well. Look for a product that allows you to clean and condition your leather simultaneously. This is a great way to condition leather seats if you’re short on time or short on money.
Wipe down your leather seats to make sure they’re dry before you apply any type of leather conditioner. The conditioner saturates more deeply if you apply it to dry leather.
Apply a liberal amount of conditioner to your leather seats. The leather naturally limits how much conditioner it will absorb. Therefore, if you have too much conditioner on your seats, it will remain on the surface until you wipe it away with a damp towel.
Allow the conditioner to sit on your leather seats overnight. Wipe the excess conditioner off your seats the next day.
Buff your leather seats to add shine and to help your leather look as healthy as possible.