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Old 11-24-2012, 02:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Revelation19 View Post
As oil doesn't evaporate, the thick layer of oil that is applied to the Dakota Leather seats has to go somewhere (like into the leather). Simply contradicting a user's direct observation, doesn't discount such an attestation or support a "conclusion" that the oil is not absorbed by the leather. There's nothing like real-life testing to validate or invalidate a theory.
The urethane coating can only be permeated by water vapour; the only means of ingress for oil is via the seams/stitching, from there it can get between the polyurethane coating and the leather hide causing delamination and/or permeating the seating foam
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