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Starting to get rub marks on leather seat from entering Vehicle


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Are you talking the dye from jeans?   Leather Cleaner followed by Leather Conditioner would be my go to.  ALWAYS keep your leather/fake leather conditioned.  Always. 

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Going by your user name is this a corvette?  This is a common issue on corvettes dating back to the C5s due to cheaper material on the Sears and the high bolsters. If it’s wear and not a mark it may not come out with a cleaner. 
 

if you search on the corvette forum there is a lot of info on this. Also if you go to YouTube there are a few dealers that post videos on recommended methods to get in and out of the car with the key to drop in the seat vs slide in and rub the seat that can cause wear. 

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On 4/27/2021 at 1:23 AM, exlr8rvette said:

What is good for getting rid of these?  They are starting to show after 18k miles.

 

Thank you

Could be you're rubbing the dye off of the leather, in which case  you're going to have to recover or redye the seat covers.  Nothing Adam's sells or makes can fix that.  But without pictures and no reply, we're all shooting blind here.

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