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Old 01-06-2004, 12:08 AM   #1
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Coffee stain on the seat from my mom... dont ask... been there for a looong time. any way of getting it off? also, the seats are pretty cracked.... any word on repairing them?
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Try saddle soap, then treat the leather with some kind of conditioner. You won't get rid of the cracks, but if you keep the leather soft, they won't get worse.
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That will get the coffee stain out though?
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Don't know about coffee stains. But that'* the only cleaner I'd use on leather car seats.
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Go to a furniture store and talk to them.
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Damn good idea.
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I've said it before. Although they may say buy a new couch if you don't tell them in it'* a car.....
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Damn good idea.
Now that is just plain scarey......
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what do you expect when hes got that pic in his avatar? It screams genius!
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Damn good idea.
Now that is just plain scarey......
It'* happening more and more... '93 love, what can I say!
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