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Old Fri, Jun-14-2019, 02:20:27 AM   #4
nye36m3vert
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Default Re: Seat Leather Restoration

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Originally Posted by Kaane View Post
Have these guys repair your stuff. They travel nationwide.

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Thanks, the only contact is in NC and they don't mention service outside of NC. I emailed, waiting to see what they say.

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Originally Posted by Texaz3 View Post
Yeah, if you have holes and cracks, you need restoration, not Lexol.
Here is my experience with LeatherworldTech kit:

http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/showthread.php?t=607013

Didn't like the kit, but the results were good.
Didn't think Lexol would fill cracks/holes...just trying to get a baseline on the leather condition. Will do a little more this weekend with a magic eraser and some all purpose.

Thanks for the tip on the Leatherworldtech...seen that mentioned along with Leatherique, Dynamix, etc. All seem to have their likers and haters. No overwhelming favorites out there it seems.

Gonna tackle this as a winter project when I can have the seats out of the car for an extended period.
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