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Old 04-25-2011, 06:28 PM
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Originally Posted by MN07TLS View Post
I had some stains on my passenger seat created from someone wearing a black leather jacket. I tried all kinds of cleaners to get the black marks off of my beige interior seats, and nothing would work!!

So, I finally hopped on the internet and saw this thread about using Woolite and water. I did a little more research on the internet and it sounded like many people had good results with it.

I'm here to say that Woolite and water (5:1 ratio) worked excellent on the stains that were on my seats. I did use a small brush (nail polishing brush) that was recommended on AutoGeek's website as well. I think the brush helped out a lot. I used a very slight pressure on the brush as not to damage the leather.

All in all, it turned out great. So now all I have to do is condition the seats to hopefully prevent this from happening again!

Thanks for the tips Aziners!!
Do you have a pic or link to the brush you used?
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Originally Posted by Teddybear View Post
hmm ok.. i'll check it out next wk when i have time!

thanks guys.

just fyi.. this is the interior. so it's not as light as tan/parchment.


moar pics here
https://acurazine.com/forums/4g-tl-photograph-gallery-296/wdp-2010-tl-awd-sh-tech-790976/

that interior is called umber....
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Old 04-26-2011, 09:19 AM
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Originally Posted by vp55 View Post
Do you have a pic or link to the brush you used?
Yeah, here it is. I picked it up from Wal-Mart. It's a simple nail brush that worked wonders!

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Old 04-26-2011, 03:49 PM
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Originally Posted by vinnier6 View Post
that interior is called umber....
it's my car, im very well aware of what the colour is lol thanks.
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Old 04-26-2011, 03:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Project X View Post
i tried looking for woolite at my local target but they did not have any...
Go to the laundry aisle and ask an associate for the Woolite. It was there. Sometimes it's next to the stain removers, sometimes near the bleach.




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it's my car, im very well aware of what the colour is lol thanks.
It's called umber.
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cant wait to try woolite on camel!!
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cant wait to try woolite on camel!!
I am not sure that is the best way to clean a camel.

Maybe just a hose? I would confirm that the camel is tied up before applying any cleaners to it, though. Otherwise, you may lose your camel.

Same goes for applying any waxes or sealants to your camel, and DEFINITELY before machine polishing your camel.
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My jeans can leave a bluish hue on my parchment seat.

Originally Posted by miner View Post
Yep, parchment interior is tough to keep clean. Lexol would not clean the dye transfer.
I use an unscented baby wipe to remove the bluish hue followed up by an application of good leather balm. Works fine.
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