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      11-25-2012, 01:06 AM   #2
HeyMoe53
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Mmmm...I'd worry about using any "magic eraser" type product on any leather.

Remember, the level of dye on any leather seating area is not that deep. I'd dump the "eraser," just use the Meguair's stuff with a microfiber, and see if you are OK with the results.

I've used the "Leatherique Twins" on my Terracotta seats, and I am happy with it. But, you need a warm, sunny day, or a well-heated garage to facilitate the process, as the interior needs to get fairly warm for things to work.

As winter is on the doorstep, maybe it is time to grin and bear it until spring.