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Old 03-18-2012, 10:39 PM
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Default How to clean tan leather seats...

I've got the tan on tan leather interior in my Laramie. (non-perforated seats) I wear jeans most of the time and the once tan seats are now a noticeable shade of blue. My leather jacket has also now somewhat colored the seat back.

Can I get the color off the seats and ever get back to the original seat leather color?

Any suggestions?

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Have you tried the normal gaggle of leather cleaning products such as Lexol.. Not sure if it would help in your situation but I have used it in the past for small stains and it worked, and conditioned well..
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