When Lars and Ram from Colourlock came by and showed me their techniques for cleaning leather and Alcantara we went over almost every product offered by Colourlock. During their visit, we talked about Colourlock Leather Shield and how it's the first line of defense for your leather after using a product like Colourlock Leather Protector. It's meant to protect your leather from abrasion and discoloration. We recommend you treat the driver's seat every three months, the rest of the leather every six to twelve months.
- Clean your leather with either Colourlock Mild Leather Cleaner or Colourlock Strong Leather Cleaner using a Colourlock Brush or Colourlock Foam Sponge.
- After the leather has dried from the cleaner apply Colourlock Leather Protector to the leather with a soft cloth, like our Interior Microfiber. Don't use a polishing motion or you could risk making satin leather look shiny!
- After Colourlock Leather Protector has been applied and dried (wait 24-48 hours) you can now apply Colourlock Leather Shield the same way you applied Leather Protector with a soft cloth, like our Interior Microfiber.
Application area: New pigmented or surface-colored leather in cars, furniture, jackets, and handbags. (Not to be used on porous leathers, suede or nubuck)
Always test any products first on a hidden area in case they affect the color.
Moisten a terry cloth slightly with ColourLock Leather Shield and let dry. Do not buff or polish immediately after application. One application is sufficient. Repeat every three months on strained surfaces. Clean off any dirt first with ColourLock Mild/Strong Leather Cleaner.
These products are also suitable for "Cool Leather/SRT (SunReflective Technology) Leather"!