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    Quote Originally Posted by sjflat View Post
    ...one other tip... keep the lid on just in case you kick the bottle over. My dad managed to knock over half of a large pot (£30 worth).
    Ooops

    I have just seen the same stuff on e-bay for £6.99 inc P&P for a 15ml tester bottle, as I only have a small scuff (50 pence size) to fix I will try that 1st.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Car-Leather-Dy...item4cf248ffce
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjflat View Post
    Couldn't agree more. It's all in the prep!

    I was really worried about streakiness too Sam but, as you say, as it dries it gets much better. Did you also get the dynamix cleaner and conditioner as well? They're by far the best leather products I've used... the cleaner is simply amazing and the conditioner really improved/moisturised the seat after I'd finished dying.

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    no i dont have the leather mosituriser, i use lexol cleaner and conditioner and it seems to be really good

    Quote Originally Posted by sjflat View Post
    ...one other tip... keep the lid on just in case you kick the bottle over. My dad managed to knock over half of a large pot (£30 worth).
    lol, bad times, i put mine on my soft top and then thought better not lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Tall_Steve View Post
    Ooops

    I have just seen the same stuff on e-bay for £6.99 inc P&P for a 15ml tester bottle, as I only have a small scuff (50 pence size) to fix I will try that 1st.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Car-Leather-Dy...item4cf248ffce
    looks like the same stuff,

    the trouble is with just doing a small area, is with the colour match you might be able to see the diffrence on a big space of leather, where as like i dont i went from seam to seam on the leather and done the whole area it will be harder see any diffrence to the other sections of leather
     
     

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    how to check the exact name of the colour of my leather?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkBog View Post
    how to check the exact name of the colour of my leather?
    ring your dealer with your reg number and they will tell you your car spec, including leather colour and code
     
     

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