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My drivers seat is turning blue.
I've been wearing blue jeans lately, and the color is rubbing off.
Any idea how to get rid of the blue? :helpless:
 

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it happened to me on a suburban with tan seats and it just wore off with use but no cleaning agent would take it off at least not leather cleaners if u use something too harsh youll ruin the leather.

just stop wearing those type of jeans and itll go away

I was mad because my blue jeans were a $80 set but the color would stain stuff i sat on so I just threw it away.
 

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Thanks for your replys...
I'm going to try Dove soap, if it ever stops raining..
It may be a few months :)
Ron
 

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Remember to let the Dove
soap dissolve, or else the
efficacy of the process
;and, the quality of the results
will be diminished.

TomDeville
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i need the answer i have a problem w/my camel leather turning blue too from jeans and i have tried everything and nothing takes it off... thanks
 

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cadillacgirl said:
i need the answer i have a problem w/my camel leather turning blue too from jeans and i have tried everything and nothing takes it off... thanks
For what it is worth, there is nothing strong enough to take the denim dye out of the leather upholstery short of ruining the finish.

The only suggestion I have is to keep a large colorfast or white beach towel in the car to toss across the seat when you are wearing your favorite denims.
 

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RonWa said:
My drivers seat is turning blue.
I've been wearing blue jeans lately, and the color is rubbing off.
Any idea how to get rid of the blue? :helpless:
Absolutely love the signature....Honda....0% interest.....*LOL
 
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