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With heated seats, found my leather black belt has made mark on seat. Any possible way to remove? Color of interior orange/brown
 

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Have you tried leather cleaner? (Thread moved out of How-To guide section.)
 

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Try an actual leather cleaner like Leather Honey or the cleaner by Chemical Guys. Basic wipes are not going to do the trick.
 
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Maybe a better quality belt is in order.
 

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This is my problem with the fake leather in these Malibus and all cars for that matter. If the wife gets in with her purse on it leaves a mark when she smashes it into the seat. If your pants belt scuffs it leaves a mark. I've tried buffing and cleaners and sometimes they work sometimes not. I use a 50-50 mix of rubbing alcohol and a micro cloth and it usually comes right up without discoloration.
 
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