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Car kits? Repair burn on front leather seat. - 2001 Cadillac DeVille

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That is pretty much a waste of time
If the seat gets really bad,have an auto upholstery shop recover it.

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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the air bags are part of the car construction and to remove them makes the car unroadworthy
that means that in the event of an accident, your insurance,both 3rd party and comprehensive ,will be wiped exposing you to large payments for loss and injury
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Much depends on the type of leather and how the seat is trimmed with it, where the cut is located and how long it is and the sort of appearance the finished repair will be required to have.

For an invisible repair it will be necessary to employ the services of a good auto-trimmer/upholsterer who will remove the cover and perhaps fit a new panel or perhaps sew from the back and apply reinforcing.

At the other end of the scale, if the leather is exceptionally soft using a very small mattress needle and a good deal of patience a workmanlike repair can be made without disturbing the cover, that while not exactly invisible will prevent the cut becoming worse. A careful application of shoe polish or dye or even using a felt pen can colour the exposed edges of the cut.

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I use Griot's Garage leather care products and have been very pleased with the results. Thy have a leather care spray that will clean light dirt, but very dirty leather may require an interior cleaner that is PH blanced so it does not dry the leather out. Then after the leather is clean, allow it to warm in the sun and apply leather care, leather 3 in 1 or leather rejuvenator, all excellent products, that will sink into the leather and keep it supple and prevent cracking. I would not use shoe cleaner as that leather is dyed differently and may be too harsh for fine leather as is used on vehicle seats. Also keep in mind that in most vehicles, only the leather "seating surfaces" are actually leather, the rest is matching vinyl so be sure to test anything you use on a non-visible spot first.

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