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Old 22 Oct 2007, 12:07 pm
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Default Leather in Integra GS-R

I have a 97 Integra GS-R and I need some advice on the Leather seats.
I have kept them up with the leather cleaner and conditioner from the
Acura dealer, and it works really well, but after 10 years the drive's
seat is getting a small hole where I get in and out, and I cannot seem
to keep from rubbing that same area no matter how hard I try. Does
anyone know a way that I can keep a very small hole that I have now
from getting bigger? There is also a small crack that look like it
will split soon. Any advice is welcome. I am hoping to not have to get
it recovered unless I absolutely have to. TIA.
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