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Offline andecorp

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Scotchguard them?
Would it work? Basically, I'd love what is on the Lexus - magnolia leather that just doesn't stain, even if jeans are worn.
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Would it work? Basically, I'd love what is on the Lexus - magnolia leather that just doesn't stain, even if jeans are worn.

Don't see why not.

Couch/bentley same/same



Offline robertb

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Scotchguard them?
don't tell him that,huge chance it will milk colour the leather,I tried it on quality leather couch and it ruined it,milky coloured residue stained the grain areas of the leather.



Offline PA

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Get the car retrimmed and save the original.



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Get the car retrimmed and save the original.
20k latter lol.



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This thread requires more photos....



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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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don't tell him that,huge chance it will milk colour the leather,I tried it on quality leather couch and it ruined it,milky coloured residue stained the grain areas of the leather.

Did you have it scotch guarded professionally?



Offline robertb

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Did you have it scotch guarded professionally?
err my own little can.

But ,know one knows leather better then Connolly,if they don't put a film over the hides there's a reason..

I'd say its because there leather is in high end cars that lasts decades by past history..thus over time require need hide foods.

He's far better of every month or so conditioning the leather himself,one seat is about 10 mins work.



Offline Steve355F1


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Anyone used the Bowdens Own products?
I spent a couple of hours today applying their Leather Love and Leather Guard on the creme leather in the 355.
It looks and feels good to me, but now I'm worried that it might not be the "right" product.
Didn't realise leather was so fussy!



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