If you think car maintenance is limited to performance and paint, you’ve got another think coming. Leather seats don’t stay pristine without a little help. Even if they don’t wind up scuffed or torn, they’ll still fade over time.
The years can be quite hard on leather. Fortunately, Scratch Wizard is here to help you get those seats looking like new again. Our ultimate car leather restoration guide is here to teach you about our leather touch-up kit and the ways it can help you spruce up your aged or damaged seats. The kit supplies you with aerosol dye, leather cleaner, two scuff pads, leather filler, a plastic palette knife, backing pad material, and sandpaper.
We all have that friend who gets into our car and just can’t seem to keep their feet on the floor. We get it—scuffs are especially frustrating because they’re often the result of clumsiness or carelessness. But before you banish your buddy to the back seat (or the curb), remember that scuffed leather car seat restoration can be a breeze with the right materials. We’ll walk you through the steps.
A little tear here and there may work for your jeans, but ripped car seats will never be in vogue. Cracks, meanwhile, just make leather seats look like shriveled prunes. If you’re dealing with either of these headaches, check out our simple guide to cracked and torn leather car seat restoration.
Unless you’re meticulous about maintenance, even the best leather will fade with time and use. You might not even notice until you open one of your car’s doors in the morning and realize that the seats aren’t their original color. Fortunately, faded car interior leather repair is a quick and simple process. In just three steps, you can give your faded seat a repair that will last, depending on use, for three to six years.
Remember the time you left a dumbbell in your backseat over the weekend? So does your leather—the impression’s still there. Dented leather is good for exactly no one, but we’re happy to say that fixing it is hard for exactly no one, too. It’s so simple that we can barely justify making a step-by-step guide.
That’s how to repair dented leather car seats. Nothing else to it. Did we mention this was easy?
Once you’ve completed your car leather restoration, you might wonder what you can do to keep your seats in good shape. Here are a few tricks, in no particular order:
At Scratch Wizard, it’s our mission to supply the best tools to those who want to repair or enhance their car’s interior or exterior. Our leather touch-up kit is just one of the many products from our collection that will help keep your car in pristine condition. The next time your car has a scratch, scrape, or scuff, make Scratch Wizard your destination for car interior leather repair and restoration supplies.