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So I have some light spots on my black seat. I am guessing it is from water that has dried on there. Maybe from sweat...I dunno. Anyway I don't know what the best way to get them off are. It bugs me:cussing:. I have tried leather conditioners and they don't seem to work. Haven't tried leather cleaners but not sure which one to get cause I don't want to make it worse.

Anyone have any pointers or tips? I am sure this has happend to someone before. Thanks!! Again they are just really light spots in the perforated leather or vinyl not sure if it is real leather or not.

THANKS!!
 

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If you have the stock seat then it is vinyl. Not sure leather conditioners are going to do you a lot of good on it.
 

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There is also a Vinyl spray paint at AutoZone. Its just a few buck and does a good job.
 

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A black Sharpie (permanent ink) may do the trick. (Test it on a flap of vinyl under the seat).

For normal conditioning, I use Vinylex by Lexol. It's especially good for the black plastic parts. It will make the seat a bit slippery, so buff it well.
 

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Depends is a great product to keep them from coming back :)
 

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I use Mothers "BACK TO BLACK"....... works great on everything too
 
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