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My seats are not torn or ripped and not brittle or breaking. However, they look like the have dirt all over them. When they are wet with product they look fabulous. When they dry they go back to the dirty/faded look. 

Anybody have a good product they use on seat to refresh them?

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Here an image. on the left by finger is what i am talking about. looks dirty all over. I sprayed small section on right with a cleaning product. it looks better or will until it drys.

 

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I think thats dirt down in the grooves. A brush and frequent bucket changes. See if it gets better. Maybe find a specialty cleaner from Meguiars or Lexall

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When I cleaned mine I used Murphy's oil soap to clean them then I used some left over leather cleaner from a BMW I had. The leather cleaner made the interior smell good so I still use that. My Camry has leather too. Bought all that at Walmart.61cA6rjaIKL._SX425_.jpg

 

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1 hour ago, siteunseen said:

Do it a couple more times. Use a soft bristle brush and hot water. They'll look good. 

I'm thinking if they are 50% better, he needs to the same amount of brushing again and then they'll be 100% better, right? 

Math.    ROFL

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2 hours ago, Captain Obvious said:

I'm thinking if they are 50% better, he needs to the same amount of brushing again and then they'll be 100% better, right? 

Math.    ROFL

Or 75%? 😉 

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12 hours ago, Captain Obvious said:

I'm thinking if they are 50% better, he needs to the same amount of brushing again and then they'll be 100% better, right? 

Math.    ROFL

Depends on where he started. :ph34r:

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I just realized I actually used some Leather Honey I had for my couch on my 240 seats. I put it on heavy and the next day it had soaked in the vinyl and the seats looked normal. Then I used some soft rags to buff them out then they had a shine.

Like Murphy's oil soap it remoisturize the seats and makes the vinyl soft again. Natural stuff instead of chemicals. Worked good for me.

Original seats with no cracks but you have to moisturize them. 

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