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    Re: Review: Pinnacle Black Label Leather Balm

    I have ventilated seats in my car. Will the balm clog up any of the holes in the leather?

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    Review: Pinnacle Black Label Leather Balm

    Quote Originally Posted by Willbeen View Post
    I have ventilated seats in my car. Will the balm clog up any of the holes in the leather?
    No sir, however when you apply it to the foam pad, use your finger to rub into the pad so the balm is IN the pad not ON the pad.

    I did my seats a few month ago and it works like a champ!

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    Re: Review: Pinnacle Black Label Leather Balm

    Quote Originally Posted by Willbeen View Post
    I have ventilated seats in my car. Will the balm clog up any of the holes in the leather?
    Use a foam applicator pad.

    Put some balm or ANY liquid or cream type product on the foam.

    Then here's the Mike Phillips technique I've shown a thousand times over the last 15 years.


    Take your fingers and work the balm/liquid/cream into the foam cells



    Now use the foam to apply the product and as you press the foam against the leather surface it will RELEASE product. That's how foam works. It holds - it releases.

    If you have any excess in the ventilation holes, carefully, while the product is still wet, vacuum it out.


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