Dainese Leather Protection Cleaning Kit
Good Product for my ICON 1000
Its good product. I received it on time and cleaned my Jack as good as new.
May 12, 2014
expensive but works
the sponge helps remove those pesky bugs. the leather is really soft after i applied the conditioner. it did a great job cleaning my black and white suit. prob get 6 full cleaning + bug removal after each ride. yea, it is expensive but so was the suit...
June 4, 2012
This product works well
I've used this on a white jacket and a black pair of pants with no problems. It cleans and conditions the leather. Make sure you follow the directions.
February 19, 2012
cleaner/conditioner works well, but pricey.
I purchased the cleaner/conditioner for my WHITE racing pelle because I figured that dainese tailors their cleaning agents for their leather products. I clean my jacket after every (other) ride due to it being a white jacket. The cleaning agent works well when applied promptly after riding. Dainese suggests that you clean bug guts immediately so that stains do not set in. The conditioner leaves a nice sheen to the leather and adds that new-leather smell. I am satisfied with the products cleaning capability, but am dissatisfied with the amount of cleaning required for owning a white jacket.
January 3, 2012
Does work, if you follow the instructions
The stuff works if you follow the instructions. You can't let the dirt build up and you must only use a gentle circular motion during both the cleaning and the protection applications. I used the stuff to clean my Dainese Yu Lady white one-piece race suit. It's an awesome white again, except for a spot by the knee where I squashed one of those nasty, juicy bleeding-yellow bugs. Ick. There the leather is still slightly stained. The only reason it gets 3 stars instead of 5, is price alone. My kit came with the suits, I don't think I would have bought it had I known how expensive the kit is. It lasts for two treatments! Dainese says to use it on your gear 2-3 times a year or more as needed. I clean my gear once a year, twice tops.
Try saddle soap to clean and then follow it up with leather lotion for a cost-effective alternative, however it will take a lot longer since you have to "rinse" the saddle soap with a moist cloth as you go, then let the garment dry, apply the leather lotion, let it dry yet again, and finally buff the entire suit with a soft boot brush to bring out its natural shine. However, I don't know what it would do to Dainese's D-Skin suits in the long run, since that leather goes through a special process to make is supple using silicone, waxes and whatnot. I think I'm going to stick to the Dainese cleaner kit for my Dominia two-piece, since it is a D-Skin suit.
October 12, 2010
SUCKS!!! My BF spent $35 to clean his off-white suit and it did NOTHING!! Then I tried it on my white leather jacket. Couldn't even clean off surface dirt. We were worried we weren't scurbbing hard enough or something, and it ended up RUINING a tiny spot on the leather we tested it on. And the dirt was still there!!!
We ended up using a furniture/car leather cleaner by Blue Magic I bought at CVS and it worked instantly.
February 24, 2010