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Fron passenger has bad spot and will not come off, need leather material to repair it

I need some leather material to cover the bad place on the front passsenger seat for 2007 Hyundai santa fe ltd

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Have you tried a seat cover? Go to your nearest car parts store and I'm sure they will have one. Leather is very hard to sew back together. Let me know if you need help locating a place. I would just need a zip code to find the closest places that may have covers which will look much better than trying to just fix the spot

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