Leather repair / clean

cjrob

Registered User
Unfortunately I had left my rear seats down for around a week and hadn't realised I had a kids toy being squashed between the bench and the seats. This has caused an indent in the central arm rest that has not disappeared.

Is there any way to eliminate, or lessen the look of this (thought about heating it up to see if the leather would retract but not sure??)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27584760@N04/4823124989/



also I have a few annoying marks on the leather, tried various cleaners but it doesn't seem to make much of a difference, ok only using the usual stuff you buy at Halfords (Auto Glym) is there something more abrasive I can use?

Below is an example

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27584760@N04/4823125641/

thanks in advance!!
 

TOGWT

Registered User
Unfortunately I had left my rear seats down for around a week and hadn't realised I had a kids toy being squashed between the bench and the seats. This has caused an indent in the central arm rest that has not disappeared.

Is there any way to eliminate, or lessen the look of this (thought about heating it up to see if the leather would retract but not sure??)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27584760@N04/4823124989/

Use Leather Masters Vital and a hairdryer or Heatgun on low heat

also I have a few annoying marks on the leather, tried various cleaners but it doesn't seem to make much of a difference, ok only using the usual stuff you buy at Halfords (Auto Glym) is there something more abrasive I can use?

Below is an example

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27584760@N04/4823125641/

thanks in advance!![/QUOTE]

Creasing like that is the nature of leather, dependent on the 'type' of leather finish it can be restored
 
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