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Old 06-05-2011, 08:39 AM   #101
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You will need to use a Jean & Dye Transfer Remover Kit to rectify the problem that you have and then just use Auto Ultra Protect and clean on a regular basis and this will inhibit the problem form reoccuring - the longer you leave the dye on the leather at the moment the harder it will be to remove.
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Old 06-05-2011, 10:28 AM   #102
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i was too lazy to read all this jaber-jaber ^.^

I will be short and pretty sure very logicaly correct.
So:

Leather is a skin. We People in order to keep it clean wash it regulary with shampoo and water. So. Water + Shampoo = clean leather = clean skin.

As well we Human use creams to make our skin smoofer, shinny and healthy. Why not to apply same thinking down to the leather = skin we are sitting on?

Leather is the hide removed from a deceased animal and the tanning / curing processes used seal in the necessary oils during the fat liquoring stage, thereby ensuring that the fibres cannot nor, do they need to be fed. Hide foods are something again that can be used in the horse and saddle business or with the older Aniline type dyed leathers.

There is no correlation between how we look after our own skin and how we look after finished leather upholstery, Proteins, Collagen, Lanolin and Aloe are used for human skin reconstruction and nutrition, leather is not like human skin, its dead and cannot be regenerated or revived.
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Old 11-05-2011, 02:14 PM   #103
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Could I ask what "Kit" would be best to clean and protect the leather seats and dashboard in a 5 year old Porsche....?

Would the Raceglaze kit or LTT Traditional or Ultra Care Kit be best or is there any other products I should be looking at....?

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Old 11-05-2011, 03:11 PM   #104
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The LTT Auto Ultra 150 kit will be great for this. Contains all that is needed to clean, protect and maintain your leather.
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Thanks Judy for the reply, I'll be ordering it today....
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