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Water Stained Seats


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Someone thought it was a good idea, in 2007, to put white seats in the Legacy Wagon with some special scotch guard material that water stains like crazy. The seats look completely trashed even though there are no holes or stains because of the water marks. 

What's the best looking and least expensive way to fix this problem? If it's seat covers, do you have a suggestion for where to get them?

 

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The stains are really bad. I've attached photos.

And all caused from water damage. And part of the problem was the faulty scotch guard they installed.

My sense is that cleaning is futile. Covering may be the only option.

 

 

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Although they do look fairly badly stained , I sold my old work van to a detailer . Being a plasterer and owning it for 7 yrs you can guess how bad the seats looked . 3 hrs in his hands and they looked good as new (so might be worth getting someone to look at em )

 

Otherwise I'd imagine a retrim would be fairly expensive but if funds won't allow maybe a interior out of a breaker might be a cheaper option

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