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Curry Stain to leather! HELP

EAGLE79 Nov 17, 2007

  1. EAGLE79

    EAGLE79 Member

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    Hi guys,

    Got caught out last night by a leaking box of curry which manged to cover me and my passenger seat in curry sauce.

    My clothes are ruined pretty much but my main concern is my seat. Does anyone have a good method for getting the yellow curry stain out of leather? I have got some Glycerin which has been mentioned on other web pages regarding stains and it has worked fairly well. But its still slightly visible.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Don't want to have to get the leather replaced on the seat, it is only the side lip as well luckily..... if that is lucky!

    Cheers

    Paul
     
  2. redbutcher

    redbutcher Member

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    You might get more help in the detailing section, but I've got this stuff:

    http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acatalog/pb124interior.html

    which got chocolate stains out of my cloth seats on my Golf which had been there for months - looks like it's safe to use on leather as well, so might do the job.
     
  3. fesss_84

    fesss_84 Sylar

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    good luck mate! let me know the outcome
     
  4. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.




    Scrap the car...And stop eating curries:jump:
     
  5. MarcQuinlivan

    MarcQuinlivan Active Member

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    don't you have the curry hook in the boot? that way you won't be in danger of ruining your seats again.
     
  6. fesss_84

    fesss_84 Sylar

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    lol @ curry hook, r u serious?
     
  7. rich1068

    rich1068 Member

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    Little hooks either side of boot at the back just under the parcel shelf. Or the one under the parcel shelf for holding up the boot floor when you need to get at the spare wheel. Go look :)
     
  8. MarcQuinlivan

    MarcQuinlivan Active Member

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    there's a small plastic hook just to the right of the light in the boot.

    see it in this photo, just to the right of the vent:

    [​IMG]
     
  9. Twizzler

    Twizzler Active Member

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    Funnily enough, this happened to me with my previous car with black leather seats. The spots of curry gave a green tinge to the leather. I didn't find anything to shift it, but happily, just sitting on it over a few weeks seemed to do the trick nicely. It eventually vanished completely.
     

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