Thanks for sharing.
Ordered the Ko-Cho-Line product off Amazon last night -- can't wait for it to arrive!
...so, was it determined that the product you ordered on Amazon (yellow container spelled with a K) is the same as the red container pictured in first post with a C ?
Also, I have been using Leatherique for years, and have always have had great results, like this, takes a bit of work, but very nice, non-greasy results...I would be curious to try something new if that good. Leatherique is very liquid like, where this seems more like a paste...
Most conditioners meant for horse tack (saddles,etc) is meant just for tack and might darken the leather or the stitching in the seats. The other possible issue is the conditioner may actually transfer to light colored clothing, especially if the car is parked in the sun. Personally I prefer a ph balanced leather conditioner that matches the ph of the leather. One that has a strong UV inhibitor (the main enemy of colored leather) with lanolin and other essential oils. Pinnacle Products makes a leather cleaner and conditioner that bears consideration.