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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    Pangster was the O/P
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    Top work mate
     
     

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    how often do you think i need to treat mine, i have a rag top, but not always off as i'm in UK with the rain !!!!!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy007 View Post
    how often do you think i need to treat mine, i have a rag top, but not always off as i'm in UK with the rain !!!!!!
    3 times a year normally.
     
     

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    as above nice thread m8
     
     

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    great guide. Thanks. Will tootle off and do mine now
     
     

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    cool guide, im considering buying a 330ci sport with leather and it has cracked/scuffed bolsters am i likely to be able to save them or make them look almost unmarked? theres a patch where its gone white/grey colour because of drying/scuffing
     
     

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    photos not loading up ? :(
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by skypeller View Post
    cool guide, im considering buying a 330ci sport with leather and it has cracked/scuffed bolsters am i likely to be able to save them or make them look almost unmarked? theres a patch where its gone white/grey colour because of drying/scuffing
    I would imagine you'd be able to make a noticeable difference (see my pics in the first post! ) - and you could use the seat condition in your bargaining!

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    Cheers for fixing the pictures pangster, feel free to upload them to here if you need to http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...ures-or-t2682/

    It's a good guide and the pics make all the difference
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronnie View Post
    Cheers for fixing the pictures pangster, feel free to upload them to here if you need to http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...ures-or-t2682/

    It's a good guide and the pics make all the difference
    Thanks for that Ronnie! - I'll get round to uploading them on here at some point!

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