Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: On top of a Mountain, Clarke Co Virginia
Re: Seat Color Touch-Up
Get some black shoe dye and use a Qtip to touch up the spots. After drying, rub spot with a white towel to get any residue off the seat.
I've done this with leather for my gunbelt before I retired and had good luck. Don't see what it shouldn't work for leather on a seat.
I've also use a fine blade on a knife to gently scrap a spot before I've treated it to get as much of the spot off as I can.
Also I recommend Meltonian Boot Cream. It's better then Kiwi polish from my experience. Kiwi can dry out the leather. The only issue is if you use this you will have to rub the seat down with a clean white cloth to get the residue off. It should improve the overall color of your seat if you want to go that far.
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