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Old 08-07-2012, 07:16 AM
Lance Alot Lance Alot is offline
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I have had three Bimmers in the last 12 years now. Two had Sand leather, and the current one is in Oyster. While my jeans stain the seats, it is fairly easy to remove with Lexol cleaner if you do it regularly. I also would use the spray cleaner and separate conditioner -- both from Lexol. I have never had a belt stain the seats....must be a big, dark belt. Either way, I would caution against using non-leather cleaners on your seats, as the PH balance of the product will be different, and you run the risk of doing permanent damage. Keep us posted on how it turns out.
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