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Hello!

My drivers seat is shiny. I want it back to the matte finish that it had from the factory. Is Liquid Leather the answer to my problem or do I need to sand them or how do I proceed?

Fredrik
TT 225 CQ Raven Black, Black leather
 

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Yeah 5 minute blast on each panel with a power sander should sort it nicely. :eek: No way! :lol: Give them a go with some proper leather cleaner to try and take off any oils etc that have affected the surface. My leather is matte and I find that leather conditioners makes it slightly shiny for a while. However, as yours is already shiny you may find that you'll see an improvement rather than increased shine.
 

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Shiney Leather is usually dirty leather..

The trick to cleaning leather, or anything really is heat, open the pores as such up to allow the dirt to be released.

I find a steam cleaner and microfibre cloth works very well..
 

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Liquid leather leaves a nice matt finish everytime. It's one of the few conditioners that aren't over greasy.
 

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Another one for liquid leather. Nice results from an inexpensive product. Use a shoe brush with it to get all the muck out the grain/pores.

Sanding - who on earth recommended doing that!?
 

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How often do you clean and condition leather?
 

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salty said:
where did u get the mirror stickers salty
Do you mean me!!! :)
 

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I got mine off ebay!
 
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