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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 9:18 am 
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Someone put a piece of paper on the pass side seat and the ink stamp transferred onto the leather. Gray leather, red stamp. :roll:

Best approach to remove??

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 4:54 pm 
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Would a Magic Eraser work for this?

And some Lexol?

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I either used magic eraser or tuff stuff and it came out reasonably easy.

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I have erasers and lexol so I'll try it and see. I love magic erasers but they dry out leather

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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2014 3:29 pm 
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pearl_bonnie02 wrote:
I have erasers and lexol so I'll try it and see. I love magic erasers but they dry out leather



That's why you have to make sure to use the PH cleaner first with the magic eraser and LIBERALLY put the condition (oil) whatever it is on afterwards. Normally when I do this process it takes me at least a good half hour/hour on each bucket and then probably 2-3hours for the pair conditioning them. Just keep putting that conditioner on, eventually it'll sink in.

Ryan shared another option with me that I thought was pretty cool. Gotta wait till its hot out and soak them down in conditioner and wrap the seats in plastic wrap, IIRC and just let them cook in the sun, that way the conditioner doesn't have a chance to evaporate.

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