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    Default Cessna Conquest II leather seats.

    I have another very large personal 737 to do for the same principals and its similar in wear and type to the attached picture is from a smaller Cessna Conquest II that they own.

    I did that one yesterday and you can see the partial clean on the seat cushion.

    I appreciate your help.

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    Any help is appreciated. Going onto the 737 project probably within the next two weeks. Similar damage and approximately 20+ seats in various configurations typical of larger private jets. Even if I don't repair the bare areas I would like to proplerly clean and soften and condition these seats with the most prominent concern being the dirt embedded in the wrinkles and creases.

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    This leather is identified as chrome-tanned pigmented finishes and This Pigmented (P.a) is used as our reference guide.

    These leather condition will require a restorative or corrective cleaning, however those worn and scratches highlighted in the red box may be up for a refinishing.

    The general sequence of process may take this route:

    A] Restorative Cleaning:
    Restorative cleaning is done with Prep-7.7 > Clean-3.8 > Rinse-3.0 system.

    B] Creases and Wrinkles:
    Creases and wrinkles are relaxed out by using Hydrator-3.3. Products have to reach below surface through micro crazing or easiest are from the reverse suede side.

    C] Leather Rejuvenating:
    Leather rejuvenating for suppleness with softness and strength is done with Fatliquor-5.0 for below surface treatment.

    E] Overstretching Repairs:
    Overstretching below surface repairs are done with Impregnator-26.

    D] ¬Abraded Surface Repairs:
    Abraded surfaces are smoothened with Adhesor-73.

    E] Color Coating:
    Thickener-48 up to 10% is added to the custom color Micro-54 micro-pigment as flow control for easier application without dripping on vertical panels.

    F] Top Coating:
    Matching micro-top coating is available in 4 lusters level (gloss, satin, matte and dull) to match existing finishes.

    G] Rub Resistant Protector:
    Protector-B+ reduces wear to the leather finishes by imparting a buttery-feel with a classic leather scent or optional scentless “B” version.

    You may use this Pigmented (P.a) Leather Problem Solving Guide as reference and follow this thread as example.
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    Roger Koh
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    Thank you for your help and information Roger.

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