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Leatherique - Should I "Baste"???

So, as you carlisle guys know, my leather is kind of hard and I bought some leaterique to "rejuvenate" it. I rubbed it on and it's been "baking" in the sun for 2 hours or so. My back seats are still pretty shiny and wet looking, but it looks like the oil has been absorbed on most parts of the fronts. I know this is supposed to happen, but it seems like they soaked it up pretty quick. I'm thinking they were really dry and can still use more, so I want to coat them again. What would you leatherique guru's(Bobby..lol) suggest?
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Assuming the rear has less wear than the front,they will(should)absorb more quickly than the "undry" rear.

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Don't touch it. Finish it porperly, wait a couple days, then do it again.
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exactly what derek said! Just let the oil do what it supposed to! Clean it with the pristine clean and do it again in a few days
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Don't touch it. Finish it porperly, wait a couple days, then do it again.
I'm thinking that's probably the best idea. There's one part that was crazy dry before so I put a little bit more on it but left the rest alone. I'll leave the car clsoed up for the rest of the day. The crap that is "floating" out of the seats is nasty.
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The crap that is "floating" out of the seats is nasty.
Wait until you see your towel after the cleaner. Post pictures!
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