Leather is good when it’s fresh and fluffy, almost everywhere it beats cotton. If your car has synthetic vinyl leather or real leather, it is abused as well as any other materials over time.
One of the drawbacks of using wipes, I found, is the slightly grey colour of the leather surface. Although the images are not right, you can make a difference from the cleaner in the wipes.
Although I missed some places in the Lexol field, I figured that they would be better cleaned and the leather should be made to the original finish.
In complete, I’d go with Lexol or another similar quality product, if you were just looking to restore your leather to its natural non-shiny state. If you look for a high gloss look, the wipes do that, that’s not what I personally prefer.
In general, I would certainly begin using a purifier and conditioner more frequently when I equate the leather wipes with Lexol ‘s dedicated leather cleaner and conditioner.
Particularly when very dirty surfaces are cleaned, it’s good to use and apply more product freely rather than a bunch of wipes.