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Another King Ranch seat question
I'm pretty good about cleaning and conditioning my seats, however, the previous owner wasn't good. I have right at 74K on the truck now and they seats are doing great now despite previous care and the hot Texas sun, but there are a few little areas that I think are done for.
One is the area at the front of the console closest to drivers side is pretty worn and has a nice dark spot from all the skin oils and such from leave a arm there while driving. The other is the actual whitish-tan stitching that goes along the drivers side top of the console, it's darker in color then the rest of the stitching but not sure if there is a way to turn it white again without harming the leather. The steering wheel right at the top has a little cracking but from what I understand, once it starts cracking then you're pretty much done in that area and it will always be cracked.
Anyone else have a way to clean the stitching?
2008 F350 King Ranch - A few fun things, Newton 2-1/2" leveling kit, HID headlights and fogs, 325/60 Hankook Dynapro ATM2's on stock 20" wheels, Firestone ride rite air bags, Air Lift wireless air controller, B&W gooseneck, Diesel site coolant filter, 30" LED bar
2005 Jeep Unlimited Rubicon - with some stuff