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Old 09-03-2013, 07:52 PM   #1
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Hey guys my leather started to wrinkle really bad on the passenger side seat. I just randomly noticed it one day out of nowhere. I always use armorall leather care on it to clean the seats weekly. Any way to fix or prevent this? what products do you recommend? Here's a pic



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Hey guys my leather started to wrinkle really bad on the passenger side seat. I just randomly noticed it one day out of nowhere. I always use armorall leather care on it to clean the seats weekly. Any way to fix or prevent this? what products do you recommend? Here's a pic
Sometimes it just happens especially in heat.

Get a thicker leather reconditioner paste that you leave on for a while.

Could be an "opportunity" for custom seats!!!!
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I like Lexol. You can find it at auto parts store. They have a cleaner and then a conditioner and when u use them both they really protect your seats
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I like Lexol. You can find it at auto parts store. They have a cleaner and then a conditioner and when u use them both they really protect your seats
Also a big fan of Lexol products....but now only Croftgate Leather cleaner and Creme.
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Also a big fan of Lexol products....but now only Croftgate Leather cleaner and Creme.
LOL of course you are Sal. Jkjk. I havent tried it because you guys just put that out right?!
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LOL of course you are Sal. Jkjk. I havent tried it because you guys just put that out right?!
Yes fairly new....and works wonders!
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Yes fairly new....and works wonders!
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