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    Has anyone used the above? Got there cleaner and conditioner, and the seats are coming up lovely, only downside is now the scuffs and faded areas are now looking worse and noticed they do a dye which will cover up these aweful sights. Or has anyone got a better product which will do the job. Apart from the usual boot polish even though it done a good job of another car I had
     
     

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    I have used the Scuffmaster on my leather (Silver grey) and it works a treat, Recommended
     
     

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    ive used dynamox to fill and re-dye my bolster

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    Very good stuff reccomended
     
     

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    Think ill be placing an order for scuffmaster then cheers all. Those seats have come up very well.

    Have given my seats two cleans so far. More than likely give them a couple more cleans before I put the conditioner on them. Then will dye them. So much to do with them, they are nice seats just some bits let it down. well at least its getting treated now since I have owned it.
     
     

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    Cheers for this post, I too have the Gliptone cleaner and conditioner and find it excellent. I only have one or two minor scuffs but I think I shall purchase this anyway
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe9087 View Post
    Cheers for this post, I too have the Gliptone cleaner and conditioner and find it excellent. I only have one or two minor scuffs but I think I shall purchase this anyway
    Same here, drivers side bolster showing first signs, so excellent recommendation
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    another recommendation here for scuff master.
    i should have taken a befor and after picture because the driverside bolster was in a really bad state befor and i considered getting a replacement seat. but i gave this a try and well.... i was speechless at how well it worked. however as long as you do as the instructions says and use a water washed basecoat first then gradually build it up in layers it can handle some pretty rough looking leather and turn it into a almost good as new interior.
     
     

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