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Old 04-24-2004, 12:16 PM   #1
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Hey Gang:

Any suggestions on how to clean, and what to use to clean a stain from a 2004 Journey 36G on the leather pilot's seat?

I always appreciate everyone's suggestions and ideas.

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Old 04-24-2004, 12:16 PM   #2
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Hey Gang:

Any suggestions on how to clean, and what to use to clean a stain from a 2004 Journey 36G on the leather pilot's seat?

I always appreciate everyone's suggestions and ideas.

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Old 04-24-2004, 07:40 PM   #3
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We changed our coach seats from StichCraft to the Flexsteel HP Leather seats and haven't had to worry about stains yet. Although, we have the same fabric on our Flexsteel Recliners at home and my wife used a product called Fantastic with Orange Action. We were about to disown the chairs, but they cleaned up like new and it didn't bother the leather. My wife said, "that she use a leather protectant afterwards".

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I used Lexol Products when I owned my leather seats in my 2001 37G motorhome. I thought that leather seating surfaces would have been the cat's meow however I've since revised my estimates.

Leather seating surfaces require mandatory maintenance and protection. Lexol provides cleaners and perservatives for leather seats and I used these products up until the time I traded my motorhome in, at minimum twice a year and more as required.

We opted for cloth seating surfaces on the new motorhome and so far so good, at least I don't stick to the seats when I'm wearing shorts.

Go and take a look around the Lexol website and see if there are any FAQs for stains. I know that their cleaner worked pretty well.
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It's going to depend upon what the stain is...
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Old 04-28-2004, 02:01 PM   #6
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we've used the armour all leather cleaner and protectant from auto parts stores. does a good job on most dirt, and grime, but doesn't handle grease and shoe marks very well.

the skirting around our chairs looked brighter, but it didn't clean all the spots.

slicked that seat up though....so becareful sliding into the seat..you could slide right out again.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by ua40j:
... slicked that seat up though....so becareful sliding into the seat..you could slide right out again. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>Lexol will never slick up your seats and the product buffs out to a nice light shine that isn't slick what so ever.
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Thanks guys for all your help and suggestions!

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WE JUST PURCHASED A 2001 JOURNEY, AND THE SEATS WERE A LITTLE DIRTY. I USED THE MAGIC ERASER AND THAT CLEANED THE SEATS NICE, SEATS CAME UP LIKE NEW. TRY AND SEE IF THAT WORKS. GOOD LUCK
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We have white leather seats and they too had become rather soiled. I had tried some various products with so-so results. I had some Coach leather cleaner I had purchased to clean one of my purses. I thought if its good enough for my Coach bag it should work on my seats. It is kind of a gel liquid and I put a little on the seat and used a soft brush to work it into the pores. You could immediately see the dirt coming off. I wiped them with a clean cloth and they looked like new. Now I think since I got the ground in dirt off they will be easier to keep clean with routine cleaning. Also, the Coach cleaner made the seats softer.
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