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Hi Everyone,

I just received my MY with white seats two weeks ago and I noticed this stain on the seat that is either from my black jeans or leggings. I didn’t think it would be a problem because they’ve been washed so many times.

I’ve looked everywhere online for what to use and have tried:
mild soap (Dr. Bronner) and cloth
Chemical guys leather cleaner and brush
Car guys supercleaner
Isopropyl alcohol wipe
baby wipes

If anyone has a suggestion of something else to try I would really appreciate it! I’m hoping since it’s so new I can get it out.
 

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Hi Everyone,

I just received my MY with white seats two weeks ago and I noticed this stain on the seat that is either from my black jeans or leggings. I didn’t think it would be a problem because they’ve been washed so many times.

I’ve looked everywhere online for what to use and have tried:
mild soap (Dr. Bronner) and cloth
Chemical guys leather cleaner and brush
Car guys supercleaner
Isopropyl alcohol wipe
baby wipes

If anyone has a suggestion of something else to try I would really appreciate it! I’m hoping since it’s so new I can get it out.
Dove soft soap cleans leather, you might try that.
 
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I am wondering if the coating stains. Does water still bead up?

It seems like people have different experiences with the white seats, but baby wipes once a week are “supposed” to keep things clean.

I have had jeans that would turn my hands blue if I kept my hands in the pockets for too long. Not a great look in CO!
 
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