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Sport Seat bollster wear

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My 99C2 w/ 41K miles has sport seats and both have some bolster wear that I am concerned with. The seats are black leather and I was wondering what steps can be done to minimize or repair the worn areas. Both are worn in the normal wear area. And the leather seems "scratched" and discolored slightly in those areas. I have tried leather cleaner/conditioner but it doesn't seem to "clean-up" the area.

One thought I had was swapping drive/passenger seats or seat backs, this would at least even the wear across both bolsters.

Any product recommendations for treating this type of leather condition?

Thanks in advance.


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Use leatherique. It is the best product I have used. Hands down better than lexol. I have the gt3 seats and had a couple of pairs of shorts with button fly buttons on the pockets that scratched the hell out of them. I used the product and it made it hardly noticeable. Then I ripped off the buttons!

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