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I just did all the leather in my Bullitt with Meguirs Leather Conditioner. Works great...just one question: As I was wiping the conditioner on the seat, some of the solution crept into the perferations on the seat (the little holes). Now some of the holes are filled with the cream-colored solution. I tried wiping it off, but obviously that doesn't work. It was my first time conditioning the seats. Any ideas on how I can get it out? Will it eventually just soak into the seat? :???:
 

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It'll dry and disappear. I freaked when it happened to me, but learned to apply it in a different way to prevent that from happening again. Just apply very little on the cloth and apply the cloth to the smooth part of the seat first then over the holes. Good luck!

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You do realize that the only leather is around the front seats (not the part with the holes) and the headrests. The back of the seats and all of the back seat are vinyl. The part with the holes are also vinyl. Same with shift boot and e-brake boot. I just use Armour-All on these parts. Just did not want you to go on thinking you need to condition these areas with leather conditioner.
 

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Well, it actually says "leather and vinyl surface" on the bottle so I don't think there's an issue there. Thanks for your tips and comments! Three cheers for Bullittclub! :smile:
 

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That happened to me too. It doesn't disappear out of the holes once it is in there. I am going back to Turtle Wax Leather Conditioner.

John
 

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Hmmm, one says it clears, the other says it doesn't. Guess I'll find out tomorrow morning. :smile:
 
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