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      11-20-2009, 06:31 AM   #1
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how to clean oyster seats?

how do you remove stains (blue jeans) on oyster leather?
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      11-20-2009, 12:04 PM   #2
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how do you remove stains (blue jeans) on oyster leather?
I never had to clean my seats (especially since I don't wear jeans).

Do you have the perforated (ventilated) seats?
Which seat is it?

I believe that BMW offers a product for cleaning leather seats. If you can't get that, I would probably try and use a good quality leather upholstery cleaner.
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Zymol leather cleaner spray
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Do Zymol and Lexol leather cleaners work as well as stated? Do blue jean dye stains come right off? Do these products compromise the integrity / longevity of the leather they are applied to? And, aside from drying, is there anything that needs to be done after application?
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i bought a bmw cleaner and conditioner, so incase something happens, i have nobody to blame but bmw themselves.
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Rubbing alcohol will remove it ....but be VERY careful.......do Light swipes with a clean soft cloth....Only on the blue dye part of the oyster seat...Please...You will remove the OYster color if u get too happy with it.. Do NOT use leather conditoners to try to clean it...Al that will do is make the stain permanent
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baby wipes works wonders
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