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Raistlin
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Hi all,

 

I've read the posts, here and elsewhere, about the care of leather interiors but I have a specific question:-

 

the outside bolster on the driver's seat is showing signs of grubby discolouration on the stitching. A common area for concern as it gets rubbed everytime the driver gets in and out of the car.

 

I've tried Glyptone, Autoglym etc, and whilst they are good at general cleaning and care, they haven't been effective in this particular area.

 

Any ideas please?

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hi paul and others  in passed cars when the leather was showing signs off wear I have used this product. its called leather prep cleaner. it smells like womens nail varnish its a spirit. it removes all dirt&grime in an instant none off that hard elbow polish, just give it a good wipe with this stuff cleans all the seats and guff out of the pours of the leather .then you can apply likes off auto glyum leather polish resin ect  you can get it from wwwfunitureclinic.co.uk  they also do restore kits for worn or scufted leather  or they have guys that come to you and re-furb it for you. eBay sells it to

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paul    eBay item no 261256082703  they do small colour kits better with one of them for about  20quid you will get all the gear in the kit for 2 seats just get your colour  joe

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paul    ebay item no 261256082703  they do small colour kits better with one of them for about  20quid you will get all the gear in the kit for 2 seats just get your colour  joe

That number seems to be unrecognised Joe?

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paul google up leather clinic you will find all products their.  all leather seats are dyed or painted, you can buy a kit of your coulor  it contains every thing you will need to refurb your seats as well as instructions         joe

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