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How to Repair a Hole in a Leather Car Seat

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Repairing holes in leather car seats does not require the expertise of an auto technician, nor does it require replacing the seat and/or recovering the area. The leather seat does not need to go to an auto repair shop to be fixed. A leather repair kit will allow you to repair leather upholstery at home, saving you both time and money.

Things You’ll Need: Damp cloth, Rubbing alcohol, Cotton ball, Scissors, Leather repair kit, Leather conditioner

Instructions:

  • Confirm that your car seats are leather and not vinyl. Both types of auto upholstery can be repaired at home, but they require different types of repair kits.