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    Red Leather Seats

    The red color on my leather seats is rubbing off onto clothing. The car is a 2002 2.5, black with red interior (60,000 miles). It doesn't seem to happen in colder weather, only in summer. I hate to cover the seats and lose the original look. Any help would be appreciated


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    Go to a good leather / saddle shop...

    and they will probably recommend that the leather have a shillack applied. My leather wrapped //M steering wheel did the same thing and that is what the best shop in town told me was the problem.

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    weird, my 97 doesn't have that problem...

    ...and I hope it never does. Try what Scott said and post your results, please.

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    Re: weird, my 97 doesn't have that problem...

    Thanks for the suggestions. Went to another forums were they suggested "Son of a Gun" protectorant and it solved the problem after two applications.

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