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Greenway's Leather Complete


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  • New and improved formula

  • Lightly cleans, conditions leather, vinyl, and plastic interior surfaces

  • Leather Scented

  • Leaves a smooth finish

  • Will not leave leather or other components slippery

  • Feels dry to the touch

  • Less than 5 percent cleaner within Leather Complete.  Safe for the finest of leathers

  • Can buff down for a satin finish


Greenway's Leather Complete is the ultimate way to clean, renew and protect all your vinyl and leather surfaces. Greenway's Leather Complete cleans, softens, and conditions even the most delicate surfaces. Leather Complete never leaves a slippery finish but rather an elegant semi-gloss finish with a hint of leather fragrance.

Greenway's Leather Complete contains the most delicate leather cleaning and protecting ingredients to restore and protect leather and vinyl surfaces. Leather Complete has self-leveling elements that allow you to apply Leather Complete easily and leave an even semi-gloss finish. Leather Complete will easily penetrate any leather or vinyl surface, allowing a quick and easy leather and vinyl conditioning process. Leather Complete has a semi-thick consistency which allows controlled distribution onto the applicator of your choice.


How to Use:

You must properly clean the surfaces before the application of Leather Complete. You can use Leather Complete as a light cleaner, but we do not recommend using this product on severely dirty leather. If your leather needs a deep cleaning, please use Greenway's Vinyl and Leather Renewal before applying Leather Complete.

After you clean the surface, use the appropriate applicator to apply Leather Complete. While you can use a microfiber towel with Leather Complete, a foam applicator will spread the product more evenly and cause less waste of material. A microfiber towel is perfect for leveling any excess product off the surface after the application is complete. It is always important to move the seats to further positions to apply coverage to all the leather surfaces.   

After all the leather surfaces are complete, you can check your work and look for any excess Leather Complete. Wipe Leather Complete with a soft absorbent towel. 

Please be aware if you have a Ford King Ranch vehicle, your leather is most likely an aniline leather. No topcoat on this leather helps retain the surfaces' natural-looking properties (i.e., scars, marks, bites, pores, etc.). While our leather cleaner and conditioner will work, you must understand that the leather will darken and have a slightly blotchy appearance. This effect is perfectly normal, and after several hours, the leather will eventually "level" and return to a more appealing even consistency. You may use a fan to speed up the drying process or leave the windows open during ideal weather conditions. Virtually every other vehicle on the road has leather that contains a topcoat, and no drastic appearance change will occur when using Leather Complete.


Car Detailing Tech Tip:

  • Never clean a leather surface with a degreaser. A degreaser will remove the topcoat from the surface and cause premature wear and color coat exposure. The only Greenway's cleaner you want to use is a gentle all-purpose cleaner like Kleen It All or a specific leather cleaner such as Greenway's Vinyl and Leather Renewal.

  • It is nearly impossible to tell if the topcoat was removed from the worn leather. Always test an inconspicuous area first for any color transfer. If you see any color transfer, it is advisable to notify your customer of the issue before further proceeding with it.

  • Never use a stiff brush on leather. While this will remove the dirt faster, unseen damage occurs to the topcoat. It is advisable to use the least aggressive method to remove any heavy dirt or staining. Microfiber towels and our leather cleaning brush used with light pressure, boars, or horsehair brushes, are ideal for protecting the topcoat.

  • Leather Complete will have a different look on different vehicle leathers. Some leathers will use a contrasting topcoat which will produce a varying level of gloss. Some topcoats have a glossy appearance, to begin with, and Leather Complete will amplify this appearance. Buff down with a soft microfiber towel to alter the finished look after treatment is dry.

  • Using an air compressor can help remove debris from cracks and corners of the leather. Just make sure your blower tip is covered with a protective rubber bumper to avoid any leather tearing.

  • Jean staining is typical among leather seats that are light in color. Always use a dedicated leather cleaner and consistently apply the solution from the BOTTOM TO TOP.  Doing so will ensure no streaking occurs on the leather. Remember, you can activate the product's effectiveness with water. Having a small bucket of water nearby to dip your brush or towel in can help move the Kleen It All or Vinyl and Leather Renewal among the leather surface to distribute the product further evenly and thoroughly to ensure complete surface coverage cleaning. DO NOT APPLY WATER TO LEATHER COMPLETE.

  • Avoid using foam erasers, heavy steel wool, degreasers, spot removers, or any other caustic chemical or cleaning accessory, as it will potentially damage the topcoat. 

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