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Old 02-24-2006   #1  
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How to clean dirty *** rsx seats lol

My cousin gave me his seats from his rsx they are leather the color is tan he gave me the front and rear but they are dirty *** hell they have tire marks and some other ****... My question is whats the best thing to you use to clean them??? I tried tuff stuff, goo gone, and nothing.
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lmao tire marks? well i googled and found this http://www.leatherworldtech.com/Prod...roductid=lm111
but look for leather seat shampoos and protectors but tire marks? did he run over the seat?
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he was fl for 4months and his father put his old tires in the car so I guess it been there so long that the name, size everything from the tire is on the seats lol
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get some leather cleaner from meguairs or mothers or soemthing like that
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turtle wax or armor all wipes or something leather i guess its hard to clean....especially when it has ...tire marks
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I just used Leather & Vinyl Cleaner and Greased Lightning and nothing, I might just get rid of them.
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you can use woolite...yes woolite laundry detergent, it was actually the recomended leather cleaner for lexus years back in the factory manual...to do this properly you *****must*** (sorry have to emphasize must) mix correctly..10:1 ratio that being 10 parts 1 part woolite, this with a few microfibers will clean your leather better than most cleaners out there....stuff that has a high alkaline level is bad for leather it will dry out prematurely...to maintain leather seats you must do the following at the minimum:
1.)clean with a cleaner (woolite preferred) twice a month
2.)wipe with a damp cloth weekly
3.)dress monthly

remember japanese/american leathers are inferior to their european counterparts (there are exceptions) because they are sprayed on color and not vat-dyed....so frequent cleaning and dressing will help maintain leather in pristine condition and prevent or help to prevent rips, tears, and stains
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I just used Leather & Vinyl Cleaner and Greased Lightning and nothing, I might just get rid of them.
Can't clean em, just give em to me! I'll dye them black
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