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Old 03-12-10, 08:14 AM   #1
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Does anyone have any recommendations for cleaning blue jeans stains off their leather seats? Does Lexus make any recommended cleaner?

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Old 03-12-10, 08:48 AM   #2
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Does anyone have any recommendations for cleaning blue jeans stains off their leather seats? Does Lexus make any recommended cleaner?

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RichardNJ, do a search over on the Automotive Care & Detailing forum. I've seen that topic mentioned and it might of some help.
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Old 03-12-10, 09:12 AM   #3
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Your best bet is to go to:
autopia.com

Wealth of info on the care and feeding of anything car related.
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Thanks guys. I have researched a bit and found some sources online...was just reaching out to the Lexus community here to see what you guys are using.
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RichardNJ, do a search over on the Automotive Care & Detailing forum. I've seen that topic mentioned and it might of some help.
Appreciate it, thanks!
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Thanks guys. I have researched a bit and found some sources online...was just reaching out to the Lexus community here to see what you guys are using.
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Lexol has been around for years..
The jean dye and other easy stain issues is why I try to only buy black or dark color leather interior.
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Does anyone have any recommendations for cleaning blue jeans stains off their leather seats? Does Lexus make any recommended cleaner?

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Lexus has its own brand leather cleaner sold at dealerships. It is the best so far from other commercial brands that I have used.
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Old 03-13-10, 04:25 AM   #8
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Try very carefully Westleys whitewall tire cleaner. Removed blue jean dye from our '99 Town Car white interior without damaging the leather. But try maybe on a q-tip first.
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autopia.com

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"autopia.com" came up as a dental supply outfit.
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"autopia.com" came up as a dental supply outfit.
www.autopia.org
Here's another
http://www.detailcity.org/forums/
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That is why i'm trying to find a leather stain and UV protectant after cleaning and conditionning my leather seats, can't find one. It steams me out when i have a stain after a good cleaning.
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Thanks, Joe. Guess I had a brain cramp.

Autopia is a great site, both for the interior and exterior. Many of the posters there do detailing for a living.
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check the detailing section of ClubLexus.
http://www.clublexus.com/forums/auto...detailing-122/
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I know its old school but it worked great. I used saddle soap on my wife's light colored Infiniti leather. It left the the leather clean and soft. I did go back over the leather with Connolly Hide conditioner after cleaning. Looked great.

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