Before you go and get hot and bothered because someone disagrees with you, I used your vaunted google and got just as many returns about how good a product lexol is. I also googled leatherique vs. lexol and got equal returns as well. That is the problem with the internet anyone can post anything. Its not considered a good source for acemdemic papers and has as many falsehoods as truths. You have to take eveything you read on the internet with a grain of salt. That said, I prefer Lexol because its easy to use and relatively inexpensive unlike Leatherique which has to reach a temp of 100 degrees before it soaks in completely. In fact one of the forum discussions I saw said to properly treat with leatherique in the winter, REMOVE THE SEAT AND STORE WITH SPACE HEATER INSIDE. It may do a great job but I'd rather not take my car apart just to get the leatherique shine in the wintertime.