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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-29-2017, 12:39 AM Thread Starter
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Perforated Leather Seats

My truck has perforated leather heated and cooled seats. I want to keep them looking good, but I'm afraid to use anything on them because I'm worried the perforation will get clogged with product. Am I being asinine or is this a legitimate concern? What should I use?

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Re: Perforated Leather Seats

legitimate concern!!! Warm water and soap on a rag to clean (or your fav leather cleaner) just do not spray seats in perf area, put the cleaner on the rag and let it soak in first
Then follow with leather treatment, again let it soak into rag before application
THEN you can vaccuum your leather with a good car/shop vac....any particles left in the tiny holes will flow right up into the vacuum and leave your seats able to breathe!!

I have similar seats and similar concerns, this is where my research got me

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Re: Perforated Leather Seats

Thank you. Got any suggestions for leather cleaner or conditioner?

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Re: Perforated Leather Seats

I use mothers products sometimes they have a nice cleaner and conditioner and on leather I try to always use Lexol products (cleaner and treatment) when I can afford

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Re: Perforated Leather Seats

Orielly carries the Lexol.
They also carry a pretty good amount of griots, which has a decent leather cleaner.

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Re: Perforated Leather Seats

Sonex Leather Foam and Leather Pro Conditioner from B&B Blending. The Sprayway Leather & Vinyl Cleaner works well also


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