Anyone have experience using Hide Food to maintain leather? I had my interior redone with new leather a bit over a year ago and the shop gave me a jar of the stuff. I've read lots of comments here about Lexol, Leatheique, etc. mostly as used for major leather rejuvination. I'm thinking Hide Food is more along the maintainance path but haven't tried it yet. The shop said I wouldn't need it for a year - I'm at that point and need to do a bit of interior cleanup. Thoughts?