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      10-13-2019, 04:27 PM   #1
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how to get denim stains off leather

so i have been wearing jeans and a denim jacket in my wife car. it has oyster leather and apart from being apologetic what can be done. water alone doesn't seem to touch it. is there a mild soap solution that is known to work. thx.
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Dedicated automotive leather CLEANER first test on inconspicuous site. Donít use a color dyed applicator.
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      10-14-2019, 09:18 PM   #3
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Leather Master has a dye transfer cleaner. It worked well on the Venetian Beige Dakota leather. Bundle pack here: https://leatherworldtech.com/leather...eaning-bundle/
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so i have been wearing jeans and a denim jacket in my wife car. it has oyster leather and apart from being apologetic what can be done. water alone doesn't seem to touch it. is there a mild soap solution that is known to work. thx.
I'd try the Lexol cleaner. My brown leather seems to look dirty quickly. I think it's from my jeans. Comes right off.
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I had this problem of jeans blue transfer onto my Oyster leather driver's seat and I found that the BMW 'leather care set with UV protection' pack [accessory no 83122288906 in the UK] worked well. The pack just has some sponges and cloths as well as a bottle of cleaner. BMW also do a 'leather cleaning foam' bottle [83122298210] on its own - not sure if it's the same thing.
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