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Thread: Leather Dressing

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    MichiganMike MICHIGANMIKE's Avatar
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    Smile Leather Dressing

    Tried a product today, "Pecard Black Motorcycle Weatherproff Dressing" on a pair of First Gear cold weather gloves that have been faded to a dull gray on the backs. This stuff made them really look great, not too messy and dosen't seem to rub off at all after treatment. Just thought I would pass that along.

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    bmdubyou
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    Cool....but is it cheap??

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    MichiganMike MICHIGANMIKE's Avatar
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    Dressing Cost??

    Mine was as it belongs to my brother! He had gotten it and done his gloves and was telling me about it at an Open House at BMW of Grand Rapids (Great Shop) and he brought it to our Club Breakfast on Sunday.

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    Is that the new "In Thing" - Leather dresses on BMW riders?
    I really don't want that picture in my head.

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    There are some people of the rainbow persuasion who are very much into leather dressing.

    Holly
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    It is what it is. Bud's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holly View Post
    There are some people of the rainbow persuasion who are very much into leather dressing.

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