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Leather Seat.....

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by Arcer, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. Arcer

    Arcer Member

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    Hi all,
    can you give me some helps to restore my seat?
    I've an Audi a4 cabrio b7 and these are my seats :(


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    I have seen so many products on the web, but what is the best?
    have you experience on this?


    thank you
     
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  3. Arcer

    Arcer Member

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    heeeelp :)
     
  4. Arcer

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    look at the furniture clinic, they have a great DIY kit to use, or LTT leather care and Dr. Leather to maintain.

    They are the 3 companies I trust and use for mine.

    Not many people realise that modern leather is much like car bodywork... i.e. it's actually painted... so fixing stuff like that is pretty easy.

    And the above is a reason why all these conditioners etc are a real waste of time and money...;)
     
  6. Arcer

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    thanks for your answer, but I can not find the exact color to buy.
     
  7. s3joe

    s3joe Active Member

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    Liquid leather and send them a sample of your seat and they send the exact match
     
  8. Arcer

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    a sample of my seat? I must cut off a piece of leather?
     
  9. s3joe

    s3joe Active Member

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    Yer if you look under your seat there will be excess leather it's a bit of that you send them
     

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