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Re: Refurbishing Black leather seats (archive)

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Posted by Jon Lewis on May 05, 2000 at 12:08:35:

In Reply to: Refurbishing Black leather seats posted by Jack on May 05, 2000 at 10:50:51:

I've repeatedly heard that the single best kit available for automobile interiors is from a North Carolina Company called "Leather Master". Don't try that url however - at least not if you're at work with anyone within eyesight.

The North Carolinian company's kit includes a cleaner, a dye (custom matched if you prefer), and a conditioner (though lexol works just as well).

Several bimmmerphiles have used their kits. So do motorcyclists with worn/torn jackets. I got the referral from someone who owns a furniture store where leather scuffs were a problem.

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