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Old 11-22-2009, 11:34 PM   #1
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suede seats

Have some suede/alcantara seats that needs some cleaning. What do you guys use? Was going to hit it with some diluted apc but thought it might be too strong?
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I have some new Alcantara cleaner coming from RaceGlaze that should be here today. Check with me tomorrow regarding pricing. This product is specifically for cleaning Alcantara.
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nice! looking forward to trying it.
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I have some new Alcantara cleaner coming from RaceGlaze that should be here today. Check with me tomorrow regarding pricing. This product is specifically for cleaning Alcantara.
I just might have to pick that up from you soon
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I got it in today. Will work out the final price tomorrow.
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hey ken,

do you have anything for suede steering wheels? i have a brush but its still dry looking..
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Suede is tough as moisture is typically the kiss of death for it. I'll look into it for you though.
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hey ken,

do you have anything for suede steering wheels? i have a brush but its still dry looking..
it seems there is a lot of popular products for leather materials, but never for suede


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