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      09-18-2012, 04:22 PM   #1697
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Originally Posted by GOTMH8N View Post
Hey

Any tips or good products for eliminating that dreaded "butt mark" on leather seats?

Thanks!
Usually this comes from just wear and tear from entering and exiting the vehicle. The material on your seat has physically worn off little by little so there is no easy fix. A semi-annual cleaning and conditioning (ie Leatherique combo) will help a bit but it won't solve it. Your best bet is to be extra careful entering and exiting the vehicle minimizing friction. So lift yourself up instead of twisting and turning on the actual seat. Good luck!

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