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Old 04-30-2018
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VLR continues to be my go-to interior detailing product. I can use it on almost every surface inside my Flex. It simply works and I don't waste time switching around specialty bottles from surface to surface. I can stay inside the car sections at a time and do work with just the VLR bottle and a couple of MF towels.

It leaves a clean, natural/factory finish that makes my interior look fresh from the lot. It does have an industrial smell to it but it doesn't linger for long.
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Thank you for sharing your experience -- it's a great product and one of our most popular!
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I assumed the scent was more a light leather type scent. It works well on leather steering wheels.
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I assumed the scent was more a light leather type scent.
I wouldn't know the true scent of real leather, abnot...I've owned mostly Fords.
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VLR continues to be my go-to interior detailing product. I can use it on almost every surface inside my Flex. It simply works and I don't waste time switching around specialty bottles from surface to surface. I can stay inside the car sections at a time and do work with just the VLR bottle and a couple of MF towels.

It leaves a clean, natural/factory finish that makes my interior look fresh from the lot. It does have an industrial smell to it but it doesn't linger for long.
Yes, truly a great product! It's been my go to product for many years (maybe since 2011), before that, my got to product was the discontinued Reflections Leather Care, which I thought at that time is a superior product to VLR.

Now, I still very much enjoy using and will continue to use VLR, really hard to beat this product. Leather and Vinyl surfaces come out clean with none of that oily and sticky feel, dark surfaces get a deeper, natural sheen. The smell? Not that bad actually. It tries hard to achieve that leather-like aroma, aside from that, it is an excellent product!
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Yes, truly a great product! It's been my go to product for many years (maybe since 2011), before that, my got to product was the discontinued Reflections Leather Care, which I thought at that time is a superior product to VLR.
Unfortunately I never got to try Reflections Leather Care. I was afraid it would leave my seats shiny, as opposed to the rich, natural look I prefer.
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Both are good, admin said that before VLR was released, Reflections was used on interior surfaces where VLR is used.

The finish is similar between the 2, good clean natural look finish, smell is similar. I had good results with Reflections, but after using VLR for some time, i found that the versatility of VLR, for me at least, is superior, no need to look back on Reflections Leather care.
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