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slight discoloration after using "acetone free" nailpolish remover on leather seats

just got some nail polish off my seats in my 2010 classic. i read on numerous sites that Acetone free nail polish remover is the way to go, but where i used it, there is a slight circle discoloration around it, and just a little lighter in places. my question is, anything i can use to bring the leather back to where it needs to be? any conditioner or leather cleaner. the place is just about as big as a dime.
 

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I don't know, but why is this posted 3 times??
 

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ha sorry, my computer was acting crazy, and i didnt mean to post it 3 times, someone please delete the other 2
 

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buy some catskins and suck up.
 

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just got some nail polish off my seats in my 2010 classic. i read on numerous sites that Acetone free nail polish remover is the way to go, but where i used it, there is a slight circle discoloration around it, and just a little lighter in places. my question is, anything i can use to bring the leather back to where it needs to be? any conditioner or leather cleaner. the place is just about as big as a dime.
good luck and what you need to know is the entire seat isn't leather either get us a picture and I'll speak with my detail guy and see if he has any other suggestions
 

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actually i got some Lexol Leather conditioner and it worked pretty good. im going to do a couple more applications after i let this work for a day or so
 
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