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    Hi all, Had my seats reconditioned last week, I treated them with autoglym leather cream stuff - but a few days later there are patches of White aroud the seats ... Have I done something wrong? How do I get it black again? Retreat and clean off properly or clean them and then retreat them? :-/
     
     

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    Any pics mate???

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    i'll take some shortly mate
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by afcneal View Post
    Almost certainly either over-applied (too much) or not completely buffed off after
    I think you need to remove with spirit and re-treat - but only where the excess is.
    I think over applied Neal! ... got a bit carried away.

    Can i use a leather cleaner on the seats to remove excess white and then re-leather cream them?

    Quote Originally Posted by afcneal View Post
    I did the same with my bike leathers and white stains on leather jeans isn't very appealing!!
     
     

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