519 ozone cleaning option
I found a good deal on a pre-owned Schott 519 from 2017. The leather and lining is in excellent condition, however there is a lingering cooking smell and slight body odor from the previous owner.
There is one tiny spot, smaller than a tack nail, where the top part of the leather is off and it's slightly discolored, but it is not a big deal.
Don's Leather Cleaning in Minneapolis will treat the jacket with ozone to remove the odor for $20. For $54 they will fully recondition jacket which includes the redye and ozone treatment as well.
I used dryer sheets over 96 hours with a fan running and that did not help.
Since the leather is near flawless—and I don't want to change the color of the jacket—I want to try doing only the ozone first. Or should I just do the full conditioning cleaning to make sure all the odor is removed?
If I do the reconditioning I know to tell them to use only natural products and that I'd prefer something like the Otter Wax which Schott sells.