Re: [DML] Leather cleaner
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Re: [DML] Leather cleaner



 
 
With at least two great options available for recovering seats these days,  
NOTHING beats an actual reupholstering unless your seats are really good to  
begin with.  My seats were fairly tight and had a couple of sun damage  spots 
and I tried everything (except for leatherique) to get them softer.   Maybe 
leatherique would have helped but it can't fix cracks.  I bought new black Grady 
seat covers and had  my seat frames blasted, painted and greased by a local 
classic car  upholstery shop who also did the recovering at $100/seat.  they also 
 replaced all the foam and cushions, making my seats like new and 10x more  
comfortable.  In my opinion they are the nicest DMC seats I have ever seen  and 
I have had many compliments from other owners too.  Not only  do they feel 
good, but having new seats makes the rest of your interior  look a lot better 
too.
 
Andy 





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