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Old 03-01-01, 09:35 AM
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Anybody have a suggestion on what to use to remove scuff marks from the backs of the front seats and on the door sills???

I tried just a wet cloth, but that didn't really get the job done-- vinylex? lexol? Help please...
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Old 03-01-01, 12:22 PM
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I would definitely try Lexol first. You know you're safe with this.
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Old 03-05-01, 01:09 PM
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You might want to try WD-40. That stuff is pretty good.
Good luck.
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Old 03-06-01, 12:31 PM
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Wayne300,

WD40 on leather?

Won't that discolor it?

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Dealersol,Your Lexus dealer has it
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Remember the door sills and the backs of the seats arent leather.

Prolong Super Cleaner works very well at removing scuffs from the particular kind of soft plastic Lexus uses.
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Alrighty...

So, let's see -- suggestions include:

Lexol (is that safe to use on Vinyl?)
Vinylex
WD-40 (not too secure/sure about this one)

Dealersol -- what is this? I'll ask the dealership.

Prolong Super Cleaner -- Where can I get this???


Do you guys just rub it on, then follow with a wet rag? Whatever I decide, I'll be sure to try it on a less visible piece of material....

Thanks for everyone's input!
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Old 03-10-01, 06:04 AM
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On any type of cleaner use a clean white cloth,DO NOT USE A RED RAG,this is the only color that you can not get out.yes your lexus dealer will have the dealer sol,they will more than likely give you some in a jar for free,if you are a good customer
Just put it on a WHITE rag a clean away,don't use any water after,it is good on leather,carpet any thing in the interior
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You can get Prolong at auto parts stores.
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