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protecting leather seats

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by trekbiker, Sep 26, 2004.

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    I'm about to get a leather clad A4 V6 TDI Avant Q. Has anyone used a baby seat with similar seats and if so, what have they used to protect the leather from being indented by the seat frame?? help please before its too late....... /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/ooo.gif
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    I am sure audi sell baby seats that are designed and complement the car so damage like that can be avoided.......worth asking the dealer.
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    Thanks, but dont really want that additional expense, the car has just skinned me for over £15K!
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    Just thought I would put an idea in the pot.

    You may just need to get a black or what ever colour leather you have towel to place under the base of the chair you get, to act as a padding between the chair and main leather seat.
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    You could go one further than this and pop to your nearest car upholsteres (Spelling???) and ask them for a section of leather or vinyl to put on the seats before you put the car seat in?

    RIch.
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