- Zymol Treat Leather Conditioner restores precious moisture lost in the denaturing process of leather tanning
- Contains Beef Collagen, Banana Oil, Lemon Seed Oil, Coconut Oil, Cetyl Esters, Cetyl Cocoamide, Lecithin and Aloe Vera Extract
- Unlike most solvent-laden leather conditioners, which accelerate aging in upholstery and trim, Zymol Treat is solvent-free
- Zymol treat Leather Conditioner is packaged in an 8.5 oz. bottle
Treat yourself to Zymol Treat Leather Conditioner! Leather seats take a lot of abuse from spills, scuffs and rubbing. Not to mention sunlight and freezing temperatures, all of which can permanently damage the delicate finish of your leather upholstery and trim.
That's why you need Zymol Treat Leather Conditioner. This sumptuous protectant cream feeds the leather with the vital moisture and nutrients it needs to prolong its vitality.
Most competitive products re-introduce solvents to soften the leather which ultimately weakens the hide. Zymol Treat Leather Conditioner uses natural coconut oil and beef collagen (animal protein and fat) to feed nutrients back into the leather. Lemon seed and banana oils soften it whilst the Aloe Vera extract provides a moisture shield against sunlight exposure. Sit back and enjoy the distinguished luxury of a sensuous leather interior!
- Not for use on suede or vinyl-clad leather
- Zymol Treat can be reapplied to even severely worn leather upholstery and trim without fear of over-treatment
Zymol Treat Leather Conditioner Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Michael C (HERMITAGE, TN) Reviewed for a 2008 BMW 3-Series — Sep 17, 2014 4:25 PM
This is the only leather product I will use on my 335i. Zymol leaves a near factory new leather feel and look without changing the appearance in texture or color beyond the like new look. Not greasy or slippery. I use another product on an Envoy with leather interior due to the cost but hey, it's an Envoy and not a perfect condition BMW. My only criticism is a bottle is just enough to do two treatments which is ideal in the same week for the perfect conditioning. You will not be disappointed
Reviewed by Ryan S (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Porsche 911 — Apr 20, 2011 8:34 PM
I just put it on yesterday and let it soak in overnight. Today I gave it a gentle wipe with a microfiber cloth to even out any "blotches" in appearance, which smoothed out with ease. Final look is great. I can tell the leather is darker than before, but also healthier, just as it should be. Feel getting into the seats only confirms they are in better shape than before. I put it on a 2009 Porsche 911 Turbo (comes with full leather), so applied it all throughoug the car (tons of leather!). Only concern I had was how to apply it correctly. I am overly cautious with my new turbo, so when I got the bottle it said to use the zymol applicator pad. But when looking at the pads (your site and Zymol's own site) the only pads they have are stated for pre-wax application. Nothing states what applicator pad to use for applying the Leather Treat. So I put 2 and 2 together, and came to the conclusion the zymol pad covered in the white terrycloth was the best one to use. I used that pad, applying small amounts of Leather Treat to the pad and pre-rubbing it in the pad with my finger before pushing onto the leather, and it worked great. Only frustration was with no instructions (from your site, or from zymol themselves) that states those were the pads to use (their sponge ones covered in white terrycloth, I believe about $7 for a pair). I would have ordered those with the Leather Treat if I knew that originally, and saved the delay in placing a second order (this time through zymol directly). Overall the Leather Treat exceeded expectations when it comes to the quality of the product. Be sure to use a good amount of zymol Leather Cleaner first...you want the cleanest leather possible before putting on the Treat! thanks ryan
Reviewed by pat n (Woodridge, IL) Reviewed for a 2005 BMW 5-Series — Mar 30, 2011 8:53 AM
This is an excellent product. It is long lasting and is especially good for dark leathers as it blends in right away without any white residue. It buffs to a nice satin sheen.
Reviewed by Manuel D (Toa Baja, PR) Reviewed for a 1998 Ferrari 355 — Nov 12, 2009 3:11 AM
Zymol Treat leather conditioner is the best product I have used to preserve the feel, look and smell of european sports car leather. Among others brands, I've tried Griot's, Meguiars, Leatherique, but Zymol'st Treat is simply the best. It's expensive, but certainly worth it. Use it once a week for simply great results.
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