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      09-27-2011, 04:42 PM   #6
Sedan_Clan
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Originally Posted by Jaypod View Post
You should have just searched - this was discovered a long time ago....and even discussed in this forum before I believe.

Good to hear you had success. Just be careful - it is abrasive. A buddy of mine messed up his drivers seat a bit. Light beige leather.
Damn! That was a thread that I definitely missed. Did your buddy just not wet it enough?


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Originally Posted by Krozi View Post
Be very, very careful with that. It's like extremely fine sand paper and you'll take the dye off your leather in a heart beat if you use it too much. It can fuck shit up.....trust me. lol
I did spot check the eraser, and I continued to check to make sure that it wasn't becoming the same color as my leather. LOL! I suppose you learned this from experience?
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