Last post on Aug 01, 2012 at 3:18 PM
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#120 of 130 Re: Leather Seats & Windex [bigdan1]
May 25, 2009 (5:22 pm)
Buy replacement leather covers, do internet search and find companies who sell replacements.
#121 of 130 Re: Leather Seats & Windex [bigdan1]
May 25, 2009 (7:16 pm)
You may want to check with a detail shop to see if there is anything you can do. Is it still peeling? If you have any leather treatment products, you might try using that right away. I'm guessing that whatever is in the Windex (alcohol or ammonia) really dried up the leather and you would need to replenish it ASAP.
Not that it has anything to do with your current situation but you may want to switch to a different glass cleaner in the future... something that is a bit gentler and without ammonia.
#122 of 130 Re: Leather Seats & Windex [bigdan1]
May 26, 2009 (1:22 pm)
Ammonia is used to remove window tint. With that in mind it sounds like you've removed some type of protectant installed either by the dealer or manufacturer. Does that area seem to absorb moisture easier than the surrounding area? If so, that's what probably happened.
Aug 01, 2012 (3:18 pm)
I purchased a new 2012 Ford Focus with light grey cloth seats....it has been back to the dealership 5 times & counting and they have their service clean them & will continue until it's out of warrenty. Eventually they will get tired of paying for it....would be cheaper for them to replace the seats. Currently talking to Customer Care in Detroit to see what can be done....if only more people would complain they may have to recall them. They know there is an issue and refuse to do anything so far. Rain Water, Bottled Water stains should not stain seats. We have had plenty of cars over the years and it has never happened. Please anyone with this issue - Contact Customer Care - Detroit and make your voice heard.