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My cream colour seats are not ripped but are showing cracks and crazing.

I looked on line for products that would improve their look and there are hundreds of them all claiming to make things look like new.

Can anyone recommend an oil/polish that they have used which will revitalise the leather?

 

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Check out “LeatherAssist” I got some black leather restorer balm ( recommended by someone on here) for my sons 335i seats and I was well impressed, it was black though which I think is a bit more robust and forgiving in vehicles but they might have something you can use.

paul m.

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They are on the bay,seller is leather assistScreenshot_20200519-193959_eBay.thumb.jpg.22b699a46d02c37f7bdd2cd7f098e159.jpg

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Mine are a bit more involved, check out my seat project on the LS400 forum 😀

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7 hours ago, Texas said:

Check out “LeatherAssist” I got some black leather restorer balm ( recommended by someone on here) for my sons 335i seats and I was well impressed, it was black though which I think is a bit more robust and forgiving in vehicles but they might have something you can use.

paul m.

thanks for that

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4 hours ago, scudney said:

They are on the bay,seller is leather assistScreenshot_20200519-193959_eBay.thumb.jpg.22b699a46d02c37f7bdd2cd7f098e159.jpg

thanks will look

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I guess, leather assist doesent sell anything for cream leather?

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