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    I have a Silver 2011 V6 with leather seats. They are very very light, almost white, how do you keep these seats clean? I have a seat cover in the back for the dogs and I sit on a towel to keep the driver seat from taking on the color of my jeans and to save it from spills from my sports drink but what about the passenger seat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogmom View Post
    I have a Silver 2011 V6 with leather seats. They are very very light, almost white, how do you keep these seats clean? I have a seat cover in the back for the dogs and I sit on a towel to keep the driver seat from taking on the color of my jeans and to save it from spills from my sports drink but what about the passenger seat?
    2012 Venza with light leather seats. Love the dog, but she can't ride in the Venza. I can't repair marks from her nails or wose yet a tear in the leather seats. I use a leather polish/cleaner for the seats and clean them weekly. So far all stains (even from my son's ink pen) have been pulled up

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    Check out leather masters line of products.

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    Lexol's products work great too if your looking for something that can be found at most Auto Parts stores. I used to have a Cadillac CTS with tan leather that the drivers seat would start to turn blue from me wearing darker jeans. Lexol used to pull it right up. I used it about every other week but at the time this car was more or less a weekend vehicle so for a daily driver you may need to do it weekly just to stay ahead of the staining.

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    Lexol products are some of the best and are PH balanced. Some leather 'conditioners' actually dry out the leather.

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