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Cleaning Leather Seats

The Giant Noodle

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Woolite. Yeah. Woolite. Add a few capfulls to about a gallon of water, mix and start wiping away the dirt from your leather. You can put some in a spray bottle and pre-treat the seat to help aid in removing the dirt (wipe off after 5 minutes or so). Go over the entire seat once and then again.

This keeps the leather soft, clean and nice looking. It also adds a kind of "new car smell" to the car after you do it. :thumbs:

Also one of those Magic Erasers work well depending on the condition of the leather.
 

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Thanks for the tip. My livingroom furniture is leather and I just normally use Maguires leather cleaner and conditioner. :)
 

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I often wonder how I got by witout Magic Erasers:) Those things work really well.
 
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