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What is the proper glue to fix this crack leather seat? The leather seat becomes hard and brittle so I sprayed leather conditioner and let it soaks to soften the leather.
I don’t think that is a GOOD idea!I think you have to replace the whole piece
I don’t think that is a GOOD idea!
With perforated leather, replacement might be your only idea. The repair recommendation a few posts above is understandable, but very difficult for perforated leather as any patch will have to line up with the perforation of the seat. Plus, it can get expensive.I would replace the seat cover, or look for a pick your parts salvage car to get a seat from. I had the same perforated seats in my 04 Honda Pilot, after a few visits to the local salvage yard until a clean seat showed up. I only took the bottom part of the seat, $20.