I can tell you love this Leather Armour stuff. I'll have to try i
t sometime. I had always used Lexol in the past and it didn't seem to keep the
leather soft for long.
I recently had a simmilar experience with Hide Food, available fo
r $11.00 at your local Jaguar dealership (I don't know where you saw it for $65
but I think they're overpricing just a little).
Hide Food is a creme paste. You should put it on the leather and
spread it evenly over the surface--make sure you don't miss any spots. Then l
et it soak in overnight. The next morning, wipe the excess off. It really add
ed moisture to my usually dry leather.
Honestly: The next day I parked it in a parking lot. It was a
little hot. When I came back an hour later my leather was sweating. This mean
s there's moisture in there. This stuff works great.
P.S. The leather won't normally sweat--it had only been on the leather for
about 8 hrs when it did this.