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Cleaning Stick Deodorant Off Of Leather

Hi, I was driving around the other day with a stick of deodorant in my parents car. It was really hot out that day, and when I returned from a stint at my friends house, I had found the deodorant stick had melted and leaked onto the seats.


The seats are blue leather from a BMW M3. The stain has left a dark streak on the seats, and because of the color it is extremely noticeable. Needless to say, my parents were quite unhappy, and I'm looking for a way to correct the situation. Does anyone know of any way I can clean the deodorant out of the leather?

Spencer from Ontario, Canada

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June 28, 20070 found this helpful

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