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Old 12-22-2006, 16:08   #1 (permalink)
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'64 seat care

Hey guys. First time on this board! I have a 64 convertible in pretty good condition, but I've noticed some small dirt/mildew spots in places on the seats, I think from condensation. I don't know if it was on my watch or was always there (only have had it a few months) but I wanted to know what I should use to clean them. What are the seats made out of? It seems like theres a strong coating on them as well...

One other thing--I'm due for brake shoes and was wondering what it might run to put disks on the front while I'm at it?

Thanks in advance,
Devin
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Hey guys. First time on this board! I have a 64 convertible in pretty good condition, but I've noticed some small dirt/mildew spots in places on the seats, I think from condensation. I don't know if it was on my watch or was always there (only have had it a few months) but I wanted to know what I should use to clean them. What are the seats made out of? It seems like theres a strong coating on them as well...

One other thing--I'm due for brake shoes and was wondering what it might run to put disks on the front while I'm at it?

Thanks in advance,
Devin
They are either vinyl, in rare cases leather, or in rarer cases, cloth. For the vinyl, use Vinylex, which is made by Lexol. If they are leather use Lexol Leather Cleaner, followed by Lexol Leather conditioner. What interior trim code do you have on your door tag??? I can look it up for you and tell you the color and material your seats are. Example: 54A=Pearl Beige Vinyl. As for disc brake conversions check with the Master Power Brake Company or Stainless Steel Brake Corp. to see if they make anything.
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