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Old 08-19-2013, 11:25 PM   #1
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Cleaning white spots off of black leather

Hey. I have black leather in my car and there are some white spots that are about 1/4 inch wide, and you can kind off feel them. I don't know if it is paint or what. What would be the best way to get them off
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Gross... just kidding bro.. Hope someone has ideas on getting it cleaned.
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Turtle Wax Ice Interior Care. I know it sounds crazy, but it really does clean interiors really well.

The bottle looks like this, and costs about ~$15.


I would use some leather conditioner on the seats afterwards.
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Turtle Wax Ice Interior Care. I know it sounds crazy, but it really does clean interiors really well.

The bottle looks like this, and costs about ~$15.

I would use some leather conditioner on the seats afterwards.
Ok I will give that a try. Thanks!!
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