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Old 02-03-2011, 03:54 PM
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I have the dark charcoal interior in my car. My drivers seat is starting to get those "wrinkles" or creases in the leather. My question is, is there any way to reverse this?
I been Google-ing this but can't find anything but leather conditioners. I've been using Lexrol since I've had the car.

How offen should I condition the leather (and or) should I use something different?
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Old 02-04-2011, 06:58 AM
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I`m going to keep an eye on this thread. Good leather makes an interior. Rough patches or cracks don`t do it for me, well, unless they`re on a woman.
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I'm pretty sure there's no way to reverse it, that's for sure. My car only has 24k but my seat is still starting to crack a little and I keep it clean and conditioned like a baby's ***.
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Old 02-05-2011, 07:41 AM
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it's broken in... that's how they look when they're just getting comfy. No way to reverse it other than to re-stretch the covers.
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Yeah, now way to reverse it. Part of the reason I liked my car so much was becuase the leather was nearly perfect. It's gotten a couple of creases in it over the years. I try to not slide across that side bolster when I get in but it's hard to avoid. I'll probably end up with racing seats before I need to worry about the leather seats looking bad.
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All you can do is to redo the interiors of your car but getting those wrinkles removed is not a choice i guess.I think the car manufacturers should have a look into this thing as pit becomes quite expensive to change the seats once they get damaged..there must be an option of repairing them.
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