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Thread: Too much Autoglym on trousers

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    Jun 2022

    Default Too much Autoglym on trousers

    I'm not a professional so I hope it's OK to post here. I treated a pair of leather jeans with AutoGlym. I know it's only meant for upholstery, but the manufacturers of the jeans recommend it. The leather really drank it up, so I put a lot on and assume I put too much on, because there is an area which is sort of mottled and different looking - a bit as if the leather is fashionably distressed.

    Any suggestions how to get it off? Or could it be something else?

    I've tried a damp cloth and I've tried gentle warming with a hair dryer and wiping with a dry cloth but no result. Suggestions would be gratefully received.

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    Feb 2007
    Greater Vancouver, Canada.



    Show some pictures and we can go from there. . . .

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    Roger Koh
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