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Worn 2014 GS leather seat

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So being a bit of a lardy arse, the side of driver seat is starting you be a little worn.  Any advice on the easiest solution to fix it?

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Become less lardy? :smile:

Seriously though, what do you mean by worn? Creases, sagging foam, torn leather?

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I really should take a picture.  I've grabbed one off the internet to try to show the problem.  (my seats are black)

Basically the black dye has worn off on the side of the seat

 

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If it’s just scuff marks you would probably get away with something like leather balm recolourant, plenty of choices on fleabay. Black is an easier colour to work with.

 

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7 minutes ago, steve2006 said:

If it’s just scuff marks you would probably get away with something like leather balm recolourant, plenty of choices on fleabay. Black is an easier colour to work with.

 

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So you don’t need one with a sealant etc?  I haven’t got around to doing the water test. 

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If you go to the Furniture Clinic website it explains what you need to do for different leather types and repairs. I’m doing major refurbishment on mine at the moment using their products.

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