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AAAAH Crap!!! leather seat gone hard

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i need some help quick. i just noticed that a section of my back leather seat has gone hard.

something must have fallen on it i think and caused it. i have tried oiling it but with no luck ...its not softening back up.. HELPPPPPPPPPPPP WHAT CAN I DO TO FIX IT
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Hello - take a look at the link below to an earlier thread where this is discussed. Hope this helps and best of luck!

Hard leather...can I make it supple again?
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thanks
i will read and try it

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German sourced Nivea works for some.
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tried the above but no luck yet
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It can take multiple applications, keep applying it and give it another week or so. Worst case is around a little bit of time
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The 911 guys know what to use. Go to that forum and ask. Product begins with an O.
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