Automotive Leather Cleaning Tips: How Do I Clean My Seats?

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2004 Ford F150 Driver and Passenger Bottom Install 4/19/2012

Here’s the deal…Today we installed new driver and passenger leather seat cover bottoms on a 2004 Ford F150 Lariat.  The interior color was Light Parchment “tan.”  This color is very light, and tends to get extremely dirty over the years.  After a bit of cleaning and conditioning the original factory seat tops, we were able to get a perfect color match with the new bottom leather seat covers.  Here are some before and after pictures of the install:



This last picture was taken while we were cleaning the seat top.  You can see the extreme difference in the color and shine of the leather between the uncleaned and cleaned section.  If you want to achieve a perfect color match when replacing just one part of the seat (i.e. bottom, top, armrest), you will need to clean the original leather.  Check out this video on how we clean dirty leather.  If you have any questions about replacement leather seat covers for your vehicle, please check out our website at, or give us a call at 214-710-2565.

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