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From: Todd Cooperider
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2008 2:15 PM
Subject: Leatherique to the rescue!
I just used Leatherique for the first time this weekend, and had great results! It did a fantastic job of cleaning up and revitalizing 10 year old BMW leather, and my customer was thrilled at the turnaround. Here is a link to the post I made with photos. I've posted this on several forums, and have had a bunch of people ask for more info on your product. I simply sent them a link to your website.
Sent: Friday, December 12, 2008 9:55 AM
Subject: Thank you
First, I want to express my total satisfaction with your product, and doing business with you. The color match was PERFECT!! The interior of my 1987 Ferrari Mondial Cabrio looks absolutely AMAZING!!!! It's not all put together yet as I am awaiting new carpeting that I will be installing before getting the rest of the interior put back, but all parts redyed (and there were a bunch of parts...everything from lower dash, glove compartment door, center console compartment door, upper and lower door side panels, all leather covered rear seating area parts, of course the front and back seats, and the center console itself) look like they are brand new parts!! All of your products are as good as you advertise them to be. I followed your instructions to the letter, and the results abundantly surpass my expectations. THANK YOU!! for providing the "dyi'ers" like me with products that make worth our time and effort. I have always said that quality of products used is key to producing extraordinary results. Leatherique Restoration Products prove this to be the case.
I applied two coast of dye to all parts redyed. This left me with very little dye to have on hand for touch ups. In addition, I have yet to redye the boot for the convertible top. Therefore, I would like to order an additional pint of dye to take care of my needs. Again, THANK YOU!! for making these fantastic products available to us, and for being so supportive to your clients.
An Article from CBT.com
FOR most car owners with leather seats, it is often a tale of love and hate.
Leather, at its best, can be luxurious and comfortable, enveloping one in its supple comfort.
However, more often than not, leather can be a bane to maintain at pristine levels. Scuffs, cracks, moisture (or the lack of which), dirt and smoke (cigarette smoke, in particular) all take their toll on the hides.
Take my car for instance. The leather seats were factory fitted and arrived on our shores from the United Kingdom more than a decade ago.
The leather itself was thick and of pretty decent quality. However, the passage of time and countless mileage showed with minor cracks and scuff zones appearing in the high contact areas.
Over the years, I've tried many leather care products with varying degrees of success.
Cue in Leatherique leather care products from the United States, with One Premier Sdn Bhd as the Asian regional distributor.
Leatherique offers a range of leather care products, covering basic maintenance applications to full blown restoration.
Take for instance the Leatherique Rejuvinator Oil (RO).
A proprietary family formula comprising a complex blend of animal proteins and collagens, the RO was hand massaged into the leather seats.
The product has an inoffensive light oil odour not unlike olive oil.
Extra attention was paid to the areas that come into daily contact like the head rests, side supports, etc. With care, it should take approximately half an hour to complete an RO application in a four-door car, including arm rests and leather door panels.
The car was then left to sit in the sun for a couple of hours with the windows up, allowing the RO to seep into the leather.
The after effects were quite shocking. Looking quite sleek just after applying the RO, the seats looked unpleasantly mottled after the afternoon bake.
Spraying a few squirts of Leatherique's leather cleaning product, Prestine Clean (PC), onto the seats resulted in brown streaks forming.
Wiping the seats down with a towel turned the white cotton terry cloth material an unsightly brown.
Considering that these were seats that I'd kept relatively clean, it was amazing where all this dirt came from.
Leatherique's website claims that the RO infuses the leather fibres and flushes out trapped dirt and other contaminants.
The seats were slightly tacky after cleaning up with PC but the leather was now considerably softer and suppler whilst colour was also deeper.
Mind you, these were the results on the original seats of a decade plus old car.
Unlike some leather care products, Leatherique did not leave the seats slippery and slick, which could be unnerving and possibly dangerous to say the least.
On the front two seats, however, it was an entirely different story.
The front pair which had seen the most use over the years were showing cracks and substantial wear and tear.
The RO helped to bring some life back into the cardboard hard hide but it was still relatively stiff.
Leatherique claims that for really hard leather, multiple applications of RO will return some of the leather's original suppleness.
Leatherique also offers Water-Based Leather Dyes.
One Premier Sdn Bhd is located at No. 131, SS25 / 2, Taman Mewah, 7301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan (Tel: 03-7880 6010). For more information, log on to www.leatherique-asia.com
In the USA it is 877-395-3366
RESULTS USING LEATHERIQUE
These "before and after" pictures show the results of a complete Leatherique treatment including Rejuvenator Oil, Prestine Clean, Crack Filler (in some cases), and Dye.
Crystal and her husband Nick Lounge Suite Restoration Diary
Jason's Restoration of the Leather in his Car
Patrick's DeLorean DMC-12: "Miss June '81"
Leather Seat Restoration
"Henry has re done the whole of his Aston Martin interior. He used Leatherique throughout and sprayed it on with an airbrush after trying various other methods. To break the colour he applied a dark blue Leatherique dye to the piping after doing the seats, which has given it a really striking effect. This was a time consuming job with all the Leatherique products being used, oils, crack filler etc but the result was worth it. He brought it round to PPC to show us. Well done on an excellent job Henry." Before After
The customer wanted to change the colour and get away from the two tone that he had on the original.
"I thought you may be interested in the finished Leatherique product.
I'm pleased with it, the problems were to re colour and trying to get different types of leather and different colours to all look the same, I've done the best I can, and it looks good.
But, may I make the following comments, with regard to the instructions, first, there should be mention of "GOOD" quality brush, the softer the better, be prepared to use a few.
Second, if I had more "Leatherique Prepping Agent" I would have used it, it really seemed to open up the leather and almost bleach some of the old dye out.
This is important when trying to match darker colours to lighter colours.
I found I was experimenting in the beginning, and with a bit more instruction I could have avoided that.
That aside, a good finished product, so I'm happy."
Roger Coffs Harbour. 2008
Deans 1955 Roll Royce
Here are the before and after pics. The before pics were taken in the car. The after pics are the seats on the dining table. I hope you can see the difference from the photos because in the flesh the change is quite big. I'd definitely recommend to future users to take the time and apply the dye with the method
you mentioned the other day. It produces a much better finish and it would take a real eagle eye to detect that it wasn't new leather.
The experts say, "keep" sanding and then do a wipe coat as below.
1. Take a good quality paper towel
2. Dip in water
3. Wring dry
4. Make into a "powder puff" no edges
5. Dip in the dye
6. WIPE on the dye in a quick motion like putting on wax.
The result is about a 2 mil finish which looks like an airbrush
was used. You keep adding dye as each coat dries till the project
Ferrari seat before full Leatherique treatment
(including colour) Before
Ferrari seat after full Leatherique treatment
(including colour) After
Leather lounge before full Leatherique treatment
Leather lounge after full Leatherique treatment
Rejuvenator Oil and Prestine Clean only
Leather lounge before Leatherique condition
and clean treatment
Leather lounge after Leatherique condition
and clean treatment only
(not recoloured) After
Rejuvenator Oil and Prestine Clean only 1972 Rover 3500 seat
- right hand side treated with Rejuvenator Oil and Prestine Clean only
Before and after
Jaguar rear cushion before full
Jaguar rear cushion after full
(including colour) After
1956 Mercedes-Benz before full Leatherique treatment
(including colour) - Before
1956 Mercedes-Benz after full Leatherique treatment
(including colour) After
1995 Mercedes-Benz SL500 before full Leatherique treatment
(including colour) Before
1995 Mercedes-Benz SL500 after full Leatherique treatment
(including colour) After
1971 Rolls-Royce before full Leatherique treatment
(including Crack Filler and colour) Before
1971 Rolls-Royce after full Leatherique treatment
(including colour) After
Jaguar seat partially cleaned with Prestine Clean
(note where the surface has been wiped clean)
Before and after
Leatherique (no affiliation) is wonderful. I have not used theothers.Make sure if you use Leatherique that you follow theirrecommended use instructions. The hotter the day that better forthe first treatment product (can't remember the name).Jack - '99 XJ8LYork, PA USA I have searched the Jag-lovers archives for some counsel on whichis best for cleaning/conditioning leather on XJ8s, but it seemsinconclusive. Thus I am asking again now: are all of these ok formy 2001, in which the leather is in really nice condition, norestoration required. Any thoughts or suggestions on whether Ishould or should not use Connolly's, Leatherique, MeguiarsClassic Gold, or any other leather cleaner conditioner? Asalways, advice/recommendations greatly appreciated.- --Strick -- 2001 Vanden PlasVictoria, British Columbia, Canada- --Posted using Jag-lovers JagFORUM Leatherique - get the leather cleaner and Rejuvenation Oil, handsdown.The other brands are actually just a cheap 'polish', a glossycoating. Leatherique claims to contain proteins and collagens andnot simply oil, and indeed, you'll find the VDP's hyde will LOVEit.The cleaner is also a worthy step. It removed dirt from my cars'hides I didn't even know was there. It also managed to completelyde-grime the dried, rough and nasty steering wheel on both cars.(No affiliation - just a long-standing satisfied customer. I alsoused Leatherique on my old 540.)- --- - Andy - '96 VDP (33k) - '96 XJ6 (96k) - Raleigh, NorthCarolina, United States- --Posted using Jag-lovers Jag FORUM I have tried everything, MCGuiars, Lexol, Gliptone, etc. Withouta doubt, the best is Leatherique.By the way, Lexol removed the finish on my Antelope ColoredSteering wheel.- --The original message included these comments:I have searched the Jag-lovers archives for some counsel on which isbest for cleaning/conditioning leather on XJ8s, but it seemsinconclusive. Thus I am asking again now: are all of these okfor my 2001, in which the leather is in really nice condition, no- --uncle- --Posted using Jag-lovers JagFORUM With the spray bottle brands, keep in mind that they are somewhatdetergent. You don't want to rub but gently wipe on and off, notbuff.Leatherique is the best I've used out of the lot.The only thing most pleasing about the spray cleaners working inreverse order is the scent, availability, and ease of use. Iprefer Leatherique and Hide Food for conditioning, and leave thecleaning and maintenance to Lexol and Meguiars. Use sparingly,don't soak 'em.Don't over condition the leather, once or twice a year is plentyeven in a hot dry climate like Southern California if you aredoing any cleaning in between conditioning.Sunny- --Sunny Garofalo, '97 XJ6, '95 XJRNorthridge, CA, United States I ''second'' and ''third'' all of what Andyman (Andy), Uncle ,and JackHollibaugh wrote.
Leatherique is a company we need to support:A Quality company ...... run by Quality People .....and unbeatable products.Mikey LulejianLake Oconee (Greensboro), Georgia
From: Ike Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 12:39 AM
Subject: RE: specials kit
Thanks again and congratulations on a great product – I have been using both the cleaner and conditioner on my Porsches and BMW’s for several years and I love the results.
Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2008 8:34 PM
Subject: My experience with Leatherique - What a great product.
To whom it may concern,
I own 4 Miatas, three with leather seats, two of which are highly
modified. Last summer I spilled brake fluid on the black leather seat
(long story) of one my Miatas and it sat there for several days. The
area where I spilled it would bleed the black color horribly, if you
touched it, your hand or clothing turned black. Additionally, the
leather was very rough where the brake fluid spilled and was
noticeably different from the rest of the leather.
I put 3-4 applications of leatherique on the leather over a period of
about one month. Today the leather is perfect and you cannot see any
difference between where the brake fluid spilled and the rest of the
seat. I do not believe any other product could have restored the
leather this well.
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2008 12:07 AM
Subject: Re: Leatherique
Have you seen this?
I have a few Jaguars too and once the 61 Cadillac is done I will tackle the Jags.
I will get mi pix to you this week
Click here Welcome to Jag-lovers - Members Photo Viewing Page
No I had not, Thank you.
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 23:45:27 +0200
From: "john b>
Subject: Re: [xj-s] Leatherique
In reply to a message from rogerlaf sent Tue 29 Mar 2005:
when you say colour change did you just pick a new colour from
their list. What colour did you have and what are you going to
are there any samples of colour anywhere, as brown tan and beige
are a little confusing.
Subject: Re: [xj-s] Leatherique
In reply to a message from john b sent Tue 29 Mar 2005:
I chose Connolly 3218 Saddle(RR and Ferrari color).
My car is claret paint with a bisquit or light tan/brown interior.
My leather had faded to a grayish muddy light brown. I was tired of
the color and just wanted a different color and the 3218 Saddle is
Also had to re-varnish the wood and replace one piece of veneer
The kit is ALMOST enough. The prepping agent is great for stripping
the old dye and prepping the leather. You get one 32 oz. bottle
with the kit and I will have used 2 gallons when I'm finished. The
quantity of Pristine Clean is OK for the job as is the Rejuvenator
oil. The 32 oz. of dye is not quite enough (just bought an 8 oz.
bottle to finish up). I applied my dye using an inch and a half
wide $35.00 U.S. artists brush and it gave me an excellent finish.
3 coats of dye provide the best coverage, though spraying on the
dye is probably the best way to apply it.
Leatherique is really a fabulous solution for old, faded, stiff
Jaguar leather interiors! After my experience I wouldn't even
consider using another product!
Try it, I really think you'll be very happy with the results.
Click On the picture for this WILD DYE JOB!
This was done by:
From: Antoine De Hon [mailto:AntoineD@AllianceArch.com]
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2003 9:11 AM
Subject: RE: Cyber Green dye
I did the Dye job in February, but just got around to posting last week.
Now this what you can do with LEATHERIQUE PRODUCTS! GREAT JOB! GeorgePhil
1990 Jaguar XJS Coupe
"I am very happy with the results and your product was certainly easy to apply."-----Original Message-----
From: Jody Bird [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2003 11:41 PM
Subject: It worked...!
Hello to all,
well a while back I had sent you a leather swatch from the back seat of my 1995 525i BMW
for the leatherique dye/restoration kit. Boy, I have to admit I was a bit intimidated by the whole
process and admittedly, let it sit on the work bench for 2 months. But then one weekend I
decided to "go for it". I followed the directions carefully and took my time.
WOW, it really looks good. HUGE improvement. I have enough dye to do the front seats so
with this new-found success ...I'll get those done. The dye is a perfect match and looks
very natural. I have to tell you I'm NOT particularly adept at this kind of stuff but your product line
and detailed instructions made it very doable.
My neighbor thinks I'm crazy ...never seen a WOMAN take such good care of her car.
Thanks for making me AND my car look good!! :)
Will you check you fax machine for an order I placed - need some more RO and PC.
Laguna Niguel, CA
Thank You for the feedback, George & Krysti
From: Chuck [mailto:CharlieLed@cox.net]
Sent: Sunday, April 13, 2003 4:31 PM
Subject: Dye Order
First of all I would like to say that I am completely satisfied
with your products and the helpful service that I have gotten. The tint
that you made up for me worked well for the interior that I used it on,
so well that I am now ready to try it on another car I have that I had
previously intended to sell. The car is a 1993 Cadillac Eldorado with
an interior color code of "54", TAUPE. I would like to order enough dye
to color the 2 front buckets and the rear seats. Please let me know how
much dye I will need, I believe that it will be either 16 or 32 ozs (?),
and how I should get payment to you. Thanks....
From: LRPLTDSC [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2008 1:06 PM
Subject: RR letter for internet
John M. Madden
Canby, OR 97013
March 17, 2008
My car is a 1960 Rolls Royce Silver cloud II, purchased in Scotland in 1972.
The car was excellent mechanically, but somewhat tired cosmetically. My
goal is to keep the car as original as possible.
Parts of the upholstery required replacement in areas of heavy wear. The
upholster could not fine leather to match the original Connolly hide and
used a close substitute. I took a piece of the worn leather, a piece of the
new, and a sample of the original which showed no wear.
I mailed the pieces to Leatherique and requested a dye that would make the
two pieces match the original sample. The cleaning instructions were
followed, and I applied the dye with a brush and was really impressed with
the ease of application and the end result.
The car was entered in the 2007 Rolls Royce Owners club Annual Meet at
Stevenson, Washington and was awarded second place in the Silver cloud I,
II, II and Phantom V Touring Class and also received a commendation for
Many thanks to Leatherique for prompt, professional and quality assistance.
From: Neil Gandler [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:46 PM
Subject: RE: leatherique on new car
thanks! Great product
Especially your recommendation to use it on leather jackets.
It gets the cigarette stale odors out of my leather jacket with ease every time I go to Vegas
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 18:08:10 -0900
From: Tom Carson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [Saloon-lovers] Leather resto shop around Boston, MA
I bought a complete used (rather dirty) "bone"-colored leather interior
for my 1982 BMW 528i Euro. The car had a threadbare cloth interior
(typical for euro cars) and I wanted red leather. After completely
disassembling the seats, I stripped all factory dye off using medium
fast lacquer thinner (a number of safety precautions apply). Then,
taking advantage of the leather being "naked", I liberally applied
Leatherique Rejuvinator oil...lots of it. The leather just sucked it
up and got wonderfully soft and flexible. Then, I applied red
Leatherique dye using a quality brush. Two extremely thin coats.
Hardly used any dye at all, and not a brush stroke to be seen, but the
color is rich and permanent. I've been using the car as my daily
driver for two years since finishing the project, and the seats get
prettier each year. The driver's seat is best, because it gets
polished every day. I recommend their products.
1988 325iX coupe, 5 speed
1982 528i Euro, dogleg 5 speed
1986 325iX Euro, Dinan 2.7 stroker
From: Kennyw418@aol.com [mailto:Kennyw418@aol.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2005 1:20 PM
Subject: Love Your Products
My wife went on a business trip for a week and while she was away I used your leather refinishing system to repair the cracked and worn seats in my 1990 BMW 735iL. - WOW - I said WOW - The seats look like they are brand new. When my wife got back, she thought I had taken the car to a professional leather refinishing shop or had the leather replaced. Oh! By the way the color match was PERFECT.
From One Happy Customer, Kenny
From: Irishpa49er@aol.com [mailto:Irishpa49er@aol.com]
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 2004 10:22 PM
Subject: My Cadillac Seats
Look at this ENLARGED, Great work Leroy!
I have just completed my pillow top seats in my 1977 Eldorado Biarritz with your products and the results were wonderful, even though the seats are almost 28 years old. I have recommended your products to my Cadillac LaSalle club here in Tucson Arizona, I will never use another type of leather product again,expect more orders from me and hopefully from The Club.
From: John Franklin [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 6:59 PM
Subject: Re: Armorall Response
Ok I will do it this weekend. But let me tell you what I like best about your products. I don't have to worry about getting the cleaner on the dash or the wood or the upholstery. It is safe for all surfaces. So if some drips a little here or there it is not a problem. This is so much better than products that are designed to clean one thing and if you get them on something else you have to clean that off or it stains.
You will do fine, just follow the direction and let us know if you have a technical question.
The dye stays good for a year or two at room temperature. After that it may settle, and will need to be stired.
From: Brian Stauffer [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, June 25, 2004 2:36 PM
Subject: George- Holy Cow("hide")
What a fantastic product you have in the new prepping agent! I will never
again waste time and money by trying to re-condition a leather interior
without it. One simple and fast removal of the old finish with Super Prep to
open the hide makes for softer leather with much less use of Rejuvenator
Oil. I used the 320 grit wet sandpaper and was shocked at how easy,
effective and completely manageable the Super Prep was to work with! I was
lucky enough to buy a 91 Audi 200 TQ whose leather was just on the brink of
becoming cardboard hard. After less than 6hrs of total labor time, the
leather has been prepped, softened (two treatments 24-48 hrs apart after
Super Prep), Pristine Cleaned, patched where necessary and color coated with
Leatherique Dye to the amazement of my friends, co-workers and family.
Brian R. Stauffer
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 1:48 PM
I can not express how extremely satisfied I am with your products and
Two weeks ago I began the process of restoring the leather interior of my
1985 Ferrari 308. In order to do this properly, I needed a custom color
match. Every call I made was greeted with a friendly customer service
representative who never seemed bothered by my questions.
My restoration is completed, and I am absolutely amazed with the results. I
took the time to prep and condition the leather prior to the dye work. My
Ferrari is now in concourse condition, and I have Leatherique to thank.
Your company has exceeded all of my expectations. You can be assured that I
will recommend your products to others.
Allentown, PA (Thank you, the lady on the phone is my wife Krysti)-----Original Message-----
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, May 31, 2003 11:29 AM
You've made a believer out of me.
I completed the re-dye of my car seats and they truly look like new seats. The leather is smooth and soft to the touch from the Rejuvinator oil and the re-dyed leather is - well, like new.
This product line exceeds expectations. The various elements are very easy to use and even though I had concerns about the useage before hand, I found them very user friendly. Of course the dyeing is the really fun part and most satisfying. I used a brush, was careful to mask off the areas to be painted, used two coats, and the actual job was fun and easy. You may remember that I was concerned about the coverage especially over the crack filler. Well, even one coat covered completely, but I followed your suggestion and put two coats on. And speaking of crack filler, it is an amazing product. It fills the cracks and the spider webs in the leather beautifully yet, after sanding, remains soft and pliable.
Also wanted to tell you that the color match of the dye and the old seats is excellent. Now that the seats are completed, I'm going to redye a lot of the leather interior (as you know the M6's have a lot of leather). Frankly, the color match is so good, I can butt a dyed piece of leather up to an un-redyed piece. Pretty good, huh!
George, you have every right to be proud of these products. They are good! It's really fun and very satisfying to work with a product line that fulfills expectations so wonderfully.
Best regards to you and thanks for your help and interest,
Thank you for trying our products George & KrystiFrom: Cmastaf@aol.com [mailto:Cmastaf@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 9:27 PM
Subject: Your Company
I am very pleased to say that the only thing better than your products is your service. I ordered conditioner and cleaner on a Monday with the hope that I would receive it in time to use it on the weekend. I have mail-ordered lots of products so I knew I'd have a 50-50 chance. I was surprised and delighted to see that my products were waiting for me the next day when I got home and the shipping cost was minimal.
My leather seats are so much softer and cleaner now. I didn't even realize how badly they were in need of cleaning until after applying the conditioner. Thanks for delivering as promised. You have a truly world-class company.
Thank you David, we try for this with all our customers. George
From: Al [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2003 9:28 PM
Subject: Nice Product!
I was a bit skeptical at first about doing my wife's BMW convertible. But
after reading your process and guide, I decided to give it a go. I'm so glad
I did!!! I did the car over a year ago and it still looks very good. And to
say I had never attempted anything like this before. The results were great.
If the process is followed and the patience is there, the end result will be
as advertised. I'm ordering again soon to restore my 87 BMW 325is leather
interior. Thanks for saving me time and money!!
Thank you for the kind words. :George-----Original Message-----
From: Lee Tichenor [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, April 28, 2003 11:04 PM
Cc: Dusty Silvester
Subject: Thanks Leatherique:
Our friend and fellow New Beetle owner Dusty Sylvester recommended some time ago that we use your oil and cleaner to preserve the leather in my wife's 1999 New Beetle, and it has worked well. In fact, Dusty made his way from Salt Lake out here to SoCal to dye the seat centers Cyber Green with your product before we show the car this spring and summer.
But I'm prompted to write today about my 2002 Corvette, with its Light Oak (natural light leather) seats. As you may know, Corvettes are famous for their performance and agility, and infamous for the quality of their leather. My car's interior has been treated since new with Leatherique Rejuvenating Oil and cleaned monthly with Pristine clean - in short, factory new seat in Vettes at the dealer don't look nearly as good, or feel as supple.
Today, you gained a customer for life. I drive 100 miles to work, leaving at 3:30 AM. As I was getting on the freeway, I hurriedly set my coffee cup in the cup holder and accelerated, well, briskly. Less than five seconds later I was well past 70, and the passenger seat was dripping with 20 ozs. of fresh brewed, dark Kona blend. I was sure the seat would be hopelessly stained.
I soaked up what I could with the one napkin I had and continued to work. In the light of the parking garage, the seat didn't look bad, but I was still convinced it would be ruined. When I left for home, the seat appeared, to my relief, as new. No stains. I used Pristine Clean when I got home, and the seats are, again, better than new. I'll oil them to deep clean later this week.
I'll share my good luck in getting Dusty's advice on your product at the Corvette Forum. Maybe there won't be as much need for the replacement seats everyone seems to buy in a year or so of ownership.
Many thanks for a great family of products. We'll email a picture of Little Green Apple's (the New Beetle) seats when Dusty finishes.
Lee A. Tichenor
I am Glad that our products worked as we said, Thanks you for the kind email George and Krystine