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kenneally_mark1



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Perforated Leather Cleaning - Help / Advice required

Hi, I've got perforated leather and I can't seem to find a good way to clean the seats.

Has anybody got any advice or ideas?

Thanks

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Andy K



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what is the difficulty ?

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RRT



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I have always used Liquid Leather, however the conditioner filled the perforated leather so I emailed them and they advised watering down the conditioner to prevent this.

www.liquidleather.co.uk MY17 RRS 4.4d V8 Autobiography - Aintree Green (also referred to on Topix as British Racing Green)

Post #614583 Wed Jun 09 2021 4:00pm
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kenneally_mark1



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So what happened was I used Mothers Leather Care cream / product.

It filled the area I applied it to and now I can't get rid of the white from the product.

I tried last week using a paper clip to scrap it out. I also tried using an interior cleaning product diluted down with a brush.

The white stains are still there.

Thanks for the advice on Liquid Leather, which product did you use?

Thanks again!

Post #614584 Wed Jun 09 2021 4:21pm
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The two products I use are GT11 and GT12.

FYI - I was first pointed in the direction of these products back around 2004 by a detailer friend who swore by them and have always been happy with the results. Also they were responsive to my email which resulted in me watering down the conditioner. MY17 RRS 4.4d V8 Autobiography - Aintree Green (also referred to on Topix as British Racing Green)

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