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    Anyone know a good way to tidy up black leather seats, just a few scratches i want to blend in, was thinking of using some black colour magic i have in the garage lol but reckon it might end up on my wifes dress ??
     
     

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    Some info HERE that may help
     
     

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    might look into that, ive always been under the impression all bmw leather seats are really soft leather, in my 2002 320 i its black leather but seems really thick and rough, i actually thought at first it was fake but dont think it is,anyone else the same? they are the seats without the pull out front half, just like standard seats but black leather.
     
     

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    used antique leather cream we use on out leather suite in the house, got rid of the scratches and softened the leather a little.
     
     

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    try this mate, but leave it on for at lease 24hours if poss, autogylm do a good product

    http://furnitureclinic.co.uk/Leather...FasKtAodKFu4kw
     
     

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    Will do cheers
     
     

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    Hi there,

    Just use some of the black liquid shoe polish. Put some on the seat, (by pressing down on the seat area very firmly). Then spread with a cloth and dub until it has been absorbed/taken in by the leather.

    I have done this on many cars -and it works! Plus a bonus, it won't come off if you protect the leather or clean etc.

    BMW 840ci
     
     

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