This simple repair was accomplished by
- Cleaning the seat thoroughly with Simple Green cleaner. New dye will not adhere to contaminants in the seat.
- Loading the leather dye onto a lint-free paper towel and rubbing into the cracks.
That's honestly about it. Excess dye was buffed out after the final application using a damp paper towel. This took 3 applications, giving plenty of dry time between coats.
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