Try using Gojo hand cleaner (NON pumice!). Most auto supply stores
will stock it. Contains lanolin. Comes in tubes (usually with lemon
Will clean *very* well, leaves no reside and the lanolin will
remoisturize the leather.
Most stains are caused by oil and dirt. The handcleaner (generally
used for cleaning oily/dirty hands from working on a car), works very
well in raising and removing that nasty stuff imbedded into the
Just wipe on, rub in, and wipe off. Remember, do NOT use a hand
cleaner that contains pumice! Any equavalant hand cleaner that
doesn't contain pumice and *does* contain lanolin should work
equally as well. I've just always used the Gojo version that comes in
a tube. Use clean cotton cloths and turn frequently.
Works great on leather car seats as well.
And the best thing is that it's cheap.
This tip was given to me by a professional detailer.
let us know what worked
i suspect it's going to be difficult as teh stais are probably oil based
and have seaped into the leatehr--there is a product which in essence
lays a very fine layer of absorbant powder over the stain and the oil is
absorbed into the dust
never used it but read about it
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