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Are you using any child seat protector? Or is RX's leather sturdy enough?

(assuming no isofix, seat is locked by seatbelt) 

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Umm children in a Lexus are you mad 

 

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On 8/22/2019 at 10:27 PM, Lager shandy said:

Umm children in a Lexus are you mad 

 

Unfortunately yes  - just grew my Grandson enough to not require a child car seat - then he got a a baby sister 👶.

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There's one bit of advice I can give regarding kids if you have black leather and the child has been dipped in suntan lotion by the mother it will stain your leather FOREVER .

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36 minutes ago, Lager shandy said:

There's one bit of advice I can give regarding kids if you have black leather and the child has been dipped in suntan lotion by the mother it will stain your leather FOREVER .

Try Meguirs APC followed by Chemical Guys Leather Cleaner. 

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The leather will rip, its too soft. I put a folded towel or similiar underneath with no issues

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Don't forget to also protect the back of the front seat ..

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45 minutes ago, rayaans said:

The leather will rip, its too soft. I put a folded towel or similiar underneath with no issues

Exactly - that is what I have done

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I use a Prince Lionheart two piece seat protector when my Grandson is in my UX Takumi. Have used it in my previous two vehicles as well all with full leather and have had no issues. Protects both seat and back. Available on amazon and elsewhere for a reasonable price.

 

John

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I had a child seat in my RX all the time I had the car. No issues with the leather on the seat. Just make sure the seat is damn tight against the cars seat then there shouldn't be any chaffing which will damage the leather seat. But as Rayaans has stated. An old bath towel will do the trick and it's free.

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Just don't have children! :thumbsup:

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