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Old 04-01-2005, 10:46 AM   #1
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seat scratch repair

One of my seats has scratches where somone sat in it with a sharp object hanging out of their pocket

I think this is not the full leather interior, so what part of the seats are leather and what are vinyl?

What's the best way to hide the scratches?

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Old 04-01-2005, 11:02 AM   #2
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I have the same car. Boxster Red interior
The front panels are leather and the backing/sides is vinyl stuff. Full leather is an option.
I use two products for the leather seats. 1Z leather care and Lexol conditioner.
I would give both of these a shot they should mask the scratch. If its still noticeable I would take to an interiors shop before it becomes a tear and you have to replace the panel.
Very important to keep the leather soft year round. I start the car up let it warm up and apply the lexol every 8 weeks or so to avoid the tell-tale too dry leather cracking signs.
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