I'm soon to be out of my usual leather conditioner so I decided to try Turtle Wax's "Natrual Touch Leather Conditioner" in their new "Perfect Finish" product-line a try.
Here's a short write-up/review:
Let's talk about this bottle. I like the overall aesthetics of it but quality-wise it leaves much to be desired. The packing doesn't even stick to the bottle and the cap spits product out every time you open it. The product itself feels and smells nice, no strong smell that covers the leather.. But enough about this stuff, let's move on to what matters.
Let's start with the door panels. There are some parts of this that has real leather on it.
I applied and massaged the product in with a microfiber towel. This product is surprisingly easy to work with. After application I waited about 5 minutes.
When wiping off I used a clean MF towel. The product comes fairly easy off the leather, but it requires some work. Nothing major and it's still easier to work with than what I've used before. The doors look pretty good after their treatment. The leather feels soft and it looks good. The only issue I can see with it is that it leaves a more glossy finish than what I usually use.
Onto the seats. The application and removal process was the same for these as the doors. However, it seems like I've gotten different results on the seats. It left a much glossier finish than I expected, which is not really good. I want a matte and deep shine, not a glossy one. Nothing too serious though, all in all a decent finish.
How did I like it?
It was a good product, but nothing fancy. The price I payed for it was about the same as I would pay for about the same amount of any other leather conditioner. It's very easy to work with and it smells good. No strong citrus smell or anything like that, it leaves the leather smelling fresh and new, and that is just how I prefer it.
The finish was alright, it was a bit too glossy but nothing major. It might fade a little and look as good as it should after a few days. The leather feels smooth and soft so it seems like it does that part of the process just fine.
The packaging design is altight but bottle feels flimsy and low-quality. Despite that the bottle is a lot more user-friendly than the Meguiar's counterpart.
Would I reccomend it? Sure, test it out and if it leaves the finish you want I see nothing wrong with it. But for me I'd rather recommend the Maguiar's Gold Class Rich Leather Conditioner.