I applied the leather masters spew remover today because I had ordered it after seeing a small spot (about the size of my fist) on the passenger seat when the temperature dropped to the 50's. It's quite oily but leaves a beautiful finish on the leather. I'm hoping by morning the leather will absorb it better then when first putting it on.
The 250ml bottle will probably be enough for 5 or more interiors. I didn't know how much it would cover and bought 2 bottles! I picked up a couple of leather care kits as well and will use them after the remover has time to absorb. It's interesting to note the different leathers used throughout the seats.
This may have been overkill in Miami as it doesn't get very cold but the thought of making the leather retain the natural fats and moisture was something I wanted to ensure. I've never owned a vehicle (or furniture) with this quality of leather in it.
Just a follow up. I don't have much info on it stopping the process but I'm sure it will. It just doesn't get cold enough to see it happen often here.
The spew remover from leather masters absorbed into the leather very nicely. I even put it on the center console lid and steering wheel (both black leather) but made sure to wipe off the excess on the steering wheel with a clean dry cloth.
I would even consider a second application as nice as it left the leather but don't know if there would be any consequences. The bottle doesn't say what the contents are or have any directions. I still have the leather care kit I bought from leather masters but am not going to use it yet as the leather is very clean and I only have 3,000 mi. on the truck.
Hey that is great news... I also ordered two bottles and the dealership is going to reinburse me.... Once I get it the dealer wants to apply it so that there are no issues... I am very happy that it worked out for you... Now all I have to do is wait for my bottles to arrive and have this rectified....
Have you noticed that the white is returning at all???? I would like to think no but just wanted to ask.....
Well... I have put the second coat of spew remover on the seats due to the first coat not working so I will have a look tomorrow.... If this does not work I am going to ask the dealer to remove and replace the seats with new ones..... This is brutal....On the bright side, had a chance to wash and wax her again... It was a great day......
Update? I'm surprised since the youtube video said it stops it in one application but you know how advertising is. Did you put the truck in a warmer enviornment when the spew remover was applied? With no directions it is kind of confusing. I wonder if warming the leather till the spew is gone and then applying the spew remover will help?
I know it seems like a lot of work but the leather seems to be of awesome quality and looks. I felt it (spew remover) left a great look and texture to the leather once it had a night to absorb (temps in the 70's probably).