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White leather seats

chrismac

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Afternoon all. I had a go at cleaning the white leather seats today. Not very impressed with the cleaning kit from Halfords.

It looks like I will need to "touch up" the colouring where the colour from the various backsides have ground in dirt or colour from their clothes.

Anyone point me in the direction of a leather dye company that could provide the correct colour match - or do I need to get something from Peugeot.

T.I.A
 

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I have cream leather seats and I use auto glym leather cleaner and leather conditioner work well together with good results.
You can buy leather dye from any good leather shop that sells leather products like bags, boots, coats etc.
Hope this helps you out
Drive safe and stay lucky 🍀
Les n Karen n Co
 

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When I had my RCZ I sent the rear head rest away for colour matching.
Pretty sure I used LTT in Harrogate.
 

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LTT looks good. I don't suppose you can remember whether you had Ivory, Cream or White do you.
 

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The mushroomy colour. Can't recall its official name. Definitely not white.
 

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Thats it, I have tried an Ivory dye from TRG (#136) but its too dark.

TRG (#136)

Going to try #153 - Off white.
 

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Keep us informed how you get on, there are a few owners on here with the same colour seats (me included) and it’s always handy to know things like this, just in case 🤔
 

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On the same note for anyone with the same issue tried this quick restoration on one of the mates cars at the weekend just 5 mins application quite a good improvement I’d say thanks to Verminator for the product 👍FCB6E8AE-E310-491D-97B4-94FEEAB09B5D.jpeg83E4C39C-9231-4DBC-A61D-06935902E198.jpeg
 

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Very nice result 👍

What product was that Neil ? (Don’t say Kiwi 🤦‍♂️)
 

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Thats it, I have tried an Ivory dye from TRG (#136) but its too dark.

TRG (#136)

Going to try #153 - Off white.
That's why I sent my rear headrest away to be matched. Perfect colour match without ending up with 100s of products the wrong colour laying around.
 

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