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What's your point in reference to cleaning a paint (archive)

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Posted by oil stain? Tom Oliver on February 09, 2000 at 20:08:57:

In Reply to: Cleaning is different than conditioning posted by Lou on February 09, 2000 at 19:00:21:

: : And I also concur with it's use as a car product for the leather...My wife was painting one day and spilt some of her oil based paint on one of our leather chairs. She came upstairs to tell me, and I started to hunt down a solution on the internet, not knowing how to clean a leather chair of this problematic paint.

: : I had brought all of my car care goods inside to keep them from freezing and she walked back upstairs with the Lexol leather cleaner in her hand and says, "will this work?", I shook my head and said probably, it's not just for leather in cars. ;)

: : Didn't even think about the Lexol! But, the end result was great, took the paint right off with no residue.

: : -Tom

: :
: : : My M-Coupe is the first car I have ever owned with leather seats. Actually, I'd prefer cloth seats in this climate (Texas), but that's another story.

: : : Assume I know nothing about leather (other than shoes), how do I take care of my black seats.

: : : Thanks.

: : : Ulrich

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