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I have a Lexus 2006 GS300 and have noticed after a recent heat wave that I have dye stains from my clothing on the driver's seat. I little also on the passenger seat. I use Lexol Cleaner and Conditioner about every two weeks. The cleaner does no take out the dye stains on my light colored seats. Has anyone experienced this?

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I have a Lexus 2006 GS300 and have noticed after a recent heat wave that I have dye stains from my clothing on the driver's seat. I little also on the passenger seat. I use Lexol Cleaner and Conditioner about every two weeks. The cleaner does no take out the dye stains on my light colored seats. Has anyone experienced this?

I've recently purchased a new untorn tan leather seat for my car and it looks like the previous owner (he crashed his Lexus) left tires on his seats. These tires also tinted the leather and it looks like dye stains. A friend of mine with a Lexus told me to try Oxy Clean on my seats (mix with water- although you should be gentle with it or it may strip your leather if you use too much). Anyway, it took out most of my discoloration, but not all of it. I don't know how strong your dye is, but try it. I'll warn you, this stuff will really lighten up your seat so you're gonna have to use it on both seats. I used it with a scrub and my seats look brand new.

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