Date: Wed, 08 Apr 1998 14:46:11 GMT From: jtmavNSPnopsam.net (jtmav) Subject: Re: Cracked leather on a 95???
I meant LEXOL. Sorry In article <6gg1rd$hgcnopsam-central.tiac.net>, jtmavNSPnopsam.net (jtmav) wrote: >I have a 94 9000 with tan leather and 89k. I have a similiar problem with the >drivers seat. The cracking only appears on the lower left bolster. I recommend >using Zymol, both the cleanser and conditioner. It's a little tough to find >but it works better than anything I have tried. Go to www.lexol.com to see >where you can purchase it. > >Jtmav >94 9000 CSE Turbo >98 Volvo V70 Turbo > >Remove the NSP to email > >I used to be indecisive, now I am not sure. > >In article <352AA7AD.BC8A8EB6nopsamog.net>, rteichmanopsamrolog.net wrote: >>I have a 95 900S Convertible. While I am not a fanatic I do take quite >>good care of my cars. Anyway, yesterday while getting into the car I >>noticed that the leather on the lower side bolster of the driver's seat >>has lots of small cracks and lines. You know, like the type old dried >>out leather gets. The car is a 95 with 30,000 miles on it and is garage >>kept. Also the rest of leather on the seat as well as all other seats is >>supple and looks brand new. What is going on here? Is this a product >>defect? Any ideas? While I do use the car with the top down a lot, I >>never leave it in the sun with the top down for more than 15 minutes >>(when I am not driving it). The section that is bad, does not get any >>sun with the top up, or with me in the car. Thus I can't believe it >>would be from over exposure to the sun. If it is why hasn't anything >>shown up anywhere else? There are other areas that get a lot more sun. >> >>Rob >>rteichmanopsamog.net >> >>