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I am a very happy new Cayenne Diesel owner after owning 5 Lexus vehicles. Unfortunately, I have an unknown spill, now silver dollar sized stain in the drivers seat - of course the tan colored seats! I have the perforated , leather seats. I have tried no fewer than a dozen leather cleaners, as well as several auto detailing services, to no avail. Does anyone have any experience or knowledge re repairing or possibly even replacing the lower portion of the seat ? Any idea if it would cost an arm and two legs? I'm in the Los Angeles area. Any info, suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I am a very happy new Cayenne Diesel owner after owning 5 Lexus vehicles. Unfortunately, I have an unknown spill, now silver dollar sized stain in the drivers seat - of course the tan colored seats! I have the perforated , leather seats. I have tried no fewer than a dozen leather cleaners, as well as several auto detailing services, to no avail. Does anyone have any experience or knowledge re repairing or possibly even replacing the lower portion of the seat ? Any idea if it would cost an arm and two legs? I'm in the Los Angeles area. Any info, suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
ask your dealer who they use for their leather work...I use a guy in st. louis that will unstitch that panel, sew in a new one and dye to match...LOOKS PERFECT and costs less than 250 bucks
 

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You have a new C/D and you're using multiple cleaners on your new leather??? As above, your new dealership will have a reference for their preferred leather dude or dudette. Hopefully your multiple applications haven't done more damage. My other P's are tan leather. Luckily the black on black Diesel I just picked up doesn't show stains... at least yet.
 
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