The leather seats in my Porsche are scuffed. Can they be repaired?


Scuffs, ingrained dirt, cracks and small cuts to leather seats (most often on the bolsters) is a common problem, typically caused by nothing more than wear from getting in and out of the car.

Replacing the seat coverings is an expensive business, but the damaged leather can usually be given a new lease of life for a fraction of the cost.

A restoration process of cleaning, degreasing, repairing, recolouring and sealing the leather can give them renewed shine and also provides long-lasting protection.