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    Bought my BMW on Saturday and the leather seats are aged/cracked.

    Is there any recommended and tryed products that people have used to restore/clean leather seats?

    Like a foam or something to fill in the cracks if you know what i mean!?

    Paul
     
     

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    RJB328i has recoloured his leathers.. Using the same procedure you can get old and worn leathers back to new!

    If you search for 'RJB328i', go to his user profile, go to stats, click "Threads started by user" and you'll find a how to somewhere! I'll go get it for you now, infact!
     
     

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    Try doing a forum search for "leather cleaner" or Leather restorer"....i saw your name mentioned by another member on a thread yesterday
     
     

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    Here's a couple:

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    I use liquid leather colour paint and it works a treat
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn D. View Post
    Try doing a forum search for "leather cleaner" or Leather restorer"....i saw your name mentioned by another member on a thread yesterday
    What do you mean you saw my name mentioned?
     
     

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    Pimms....have a look here
    dynamix leather care
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn D. View Post
    Pimms....have a look here
    dynamix leather care
    Thanks for that Martyn just found it sorry. Will remember the search button more
     
     

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    Hi mate,

    I cleaned and conditioned by leathers using Gliptone products, they restore them to a natural shine as well as giving them a natural smell again.

    Gliptone Liquid Leather Cleaner - http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/interi.../prod_211.html
    Gliptone Liquid Leather Conditioner - http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/interi.../prod_210.html
    Meguiars Foam Pads - http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/access.../prod_177.html

    Came to around £20 including delivery for this, and took me about an hour. The results were excellent, and they still look and smell like they first did after I cleaned them last weekend
     
     

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