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Leather Question

I had a blue folder on my seat and it got wet and bled on my seat is there anything I can do to get the stain out.. ......
And I don't want to hear go buy a new seat......


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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-07-2004, 07:38 AM
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have you tried scrubbing with any leather cleaners?
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Not yet I wanted to see what you people on here said before I did anything.. What would be a good leather cleaner?
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Try saddle soap, if that doesn't work start calling upholstry shops to see what they reccommend. I'v also got some good leather cleaner from Pep Boys, but can't remeber the name of it. It's a 2 step system, one bottle is orange and one is blue.
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If you could find out the name that would help.. I want to buy some thing that works..
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I didnt think saddle soap was much of cleaner, but more of a protectant????

I havent had to get anything like that out of leather, I usually use Meguirs Gold Class or Zaino, either one should work.
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I have heard alot of good things about Lexol as well but never used.
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Give Big Mick's a call, it's a bad ass detail shop on Jacksboro Hwy across from Berend bros.
He got my white leather door panels totally clean that were stained grey.

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I have heard alot of good things about Lexol as well but never used.
That's the stuff I was trying to think of.
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Give Big Mick's a call, it's a bad ass detail shop on Jacksboro Hwy across from Berend bros.
He got my white leather door panels totally clean that were stained grey.
I am going to go see him tomorrow..
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You gotta be careful with Lexol though, it stains light colored leather darker. I used it on one of my saddles and it is now a shade darker.


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I am going to go see him tomorrow..
So did he get it out??

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You gotta be careful with Lexol though, it stains light colored leather darker. I used it on one of my saddles and it is now a shade darker.




So did he get it out??
We used lexor and it took it right out...
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