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    hi,my son as a bmw with cream leather seats. the other night ,he gave some girls a lift. the one,s that sat in the back had tanning cream on there legs ( brown ) . he now has cream leather seats,with patchers of brown tryed to clean them ,with no effect any idea,s please. they had very longgggggggggggggggggggggggggg legs and very shorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrt skirts.

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    Autoglym interior cleaner seems to lift most stubborn dyes etc. Just make sure you use some leather cream afterwards as the cleaner will dry the leather out

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    Have a look here I use some of their products and find them to be very good.
    http://www.lttsolutions.net/auto-ultra-maintain.asp
    There is also information about how to look after leather.

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    try baby wipes, they clean just about anything.
    3.2 v6 Signum and loving it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnsdutton View Post
    try baby wipes, they clean just about anything.
    We use them on our 3 piece They do the trick though
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    Old fashioned saddle soap should do the trick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnsdutton View Post
    try baby wipes, they clean just about anything.
    agree big time

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    Baby wipes went out of our house some time ago our children are 23 and 29 and have all left home................

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    I keep a pack in the car in case of Bird-poo strikes or the need to clean up after a puncture etc a really useful wee thing but how they don't melt a baby's a**e I'll neven know as engine grime is a walk over to them

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed taylor View Post
    Baby wipes went out of our house some time ago our children are 23 and 29 and have all left home................
    Mine are 30 and 27 but I still need to clean their faces for them.
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