Originally Posted by bg18947
No reason why shouldn't condition the leather that I can think of. As soon as I got the car, I detailed everything: 3m protection film; paint sealant; wax; Scotchgard carpeting; conditioned leather; 303 protectant; Rain-X glass; etc...
The car from the factory is ready for wax ASAP, unlike a car that just came out of the body shop. The factory has ovens to cure the paint, so it is hardened and ready for paint protectants, unlike the body shop where you'll have to wait 6 months for the paint to cure. I would imagine the same is true of the leather. I don't think it has much protection other than the standard chroming process before it is all cut and sewn together.
Thanks! I've been wanting to but wasn't sure.