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Old 03-13-2005, 11:53 AM   #11
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I carry a spare door key, with the black plastic removed. It'* in my wallet.

That'll help next time.
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The first summer I had my Bonne, one of my darling children sat on the leather seat with wet swimming trunks. Never been the same since.
I carry spare towels now.

Not much difference between a kids or dogs ahole.
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You mean the creases in the leather turned black when wet? You obviously have never conditioned your leather dude. When leather gets wet, each and every imperfection is VERY obvious. You are fine. Just wipe it down good, and all will be well. Two dogs riding with us many, upon many times in the back seat, all that was damaged was dog drool on the windows [took one hell of a clean to get that crap off.


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I carry a spare door key, with the black plastic removed. It'* in my wallet.

That'll help next time.
I do the exact same thing
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My keys where in my pocket. I was playing GT4 and they must have fallen on the floor.
Go to Wally World and go to the area near the lewelry and spend a buck or two and get ya'self a belt clip!!!!!!!

Don't have to worry 'bout them falling out yer pocket then!!!!!!
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I carry a spare door key, with the black plastic removed. It'* in my wallet.
Yup, same here. Lord know'* how many times I've needed it.
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You mean the creases in the leather turned black when wet? You obviously have never conditioned your leather dude. When leather gets wet, each and every imperfection is VERY obvious. You are fine. Just wipe it down good, and all will be well.
No. When it was brand new the leather seats were smooth and uncreased. As soon as that one rear seat cushion got wet, it took on some slight creases that won't disappear.
I clean and condition every month with Mothers.
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I carry a spare door key, with the black plastic removed. It'* in my wallet.

That'll help next time.
I do the exact same thing
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I just put my spare door key in my wallet.
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I just put my spare door key in my wallet.
It helps a TON when you lock yourself out. Not saying it might happen, but i thought it would never happent o me and wel....


And when i installed my keyless entry (that auto locks doors when car is started) and you turn your car on the first time and push the door and JUST before it latches to the car you hear "chik-CHICK" and think *shizzzznit*
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