However...that's tiny and not in a prominent location. I suggest that if you are not handy/patient in an arts-and-crafts sort of way, you either learn to ignore it or pay someone to fix it (which would probably cost well under a hundred bucks). You could easily make that much worse (more noticeable) if you are not very careful and patient. (Did I mention the value of patience?)
I have what looks like a deep light colored scratch approx 2 inches long on my tan seat in my car. I went to 3 auto upholestry shops in Houston to see what they could do. I read on line about dying leather stains. All 3 shops said dye only lasts 6 months and only way to fix it would be to replace the whole seat panel at a cost of $250-$300. They said scratch would eventually wear thru and become a tear and a tear could not be repaired. My point is a shop often sees dollar signs when they see a BMW and figures you can afford to replace rather then repair a small problem. Good luck.
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