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    Miami, FL
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  • Join Date: 05-25-2012

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  1. trucheli
    02-24-2017 08:50 PM
    Unfortunately I was not able to get the excess leather conditioner out of the holes. I have tried a lot of things but I don't like putting too much humidity into the seats risking damaging the heating and cooling systems. I am just living with it. I have to look very hard in order to see it. You can use steam on leather, just make sure to let it dry very well and use some type of conditioner.
  2. 02-23-2017 08:24 AM
    Hi Trucheli I was just wondering how you got on with the cleaning of your seat. I have exactly the same issue and wanted a heads up on how to tackle the spillage that has gone into the perforated holes in my seat. I have purchased a steam cleaner recently but that was going to be the last resort if I'm honest as I've received differing comments about if steam can be used on leather.

    Thanks in advance.

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