Thank you for your reply. However, I think I got it "figured" it out….sorta I wiped off all the ℗leather portions of the seats with a damp cloth and then went back and reapplied the tape. While it didn't stick perfectly by ANY MEANS, it did adhere a bit better, allowing me the opportunity to spray the seats REALLY well. Then, I removed the tape quickly and used that same damp cloth to wipe the very little bit of overspray that made its way onto the ℗leather portions of the seats. I found that while the Scotchgard dries fairly quickly into the cloth portion of the seats, it actually is pretty forgiving in the time it takes to dry onto the rest of the seat, allowing you plenty of time to wipe it off. So yeah, I put one good layer on the bottoms of all seats yesterday and the fronts of both front seat Recaro head rests. Today, I'll probably go out and put a second good coat on everything again. BTW, are y'all doing the upright portions of the seats too, or just the bottoms. I fig'd on only doing the bottoms…...Same thing I experienced. Just used an old shirt to cover the leather with one hand and sprayed with the other and immediately wiped off the over spray. Come to think about it, I might need to do reapply it again. It's been since October. Thanks!
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Upholstery repair shop? If you lived in Central Texas, I could recommend specifically….So. Somehow I have a small 1mm diameter) section where the leather just sort came off. Not a hole, not really a tear, but some kind if indication. How do I fix it? Leather dye? Does anyone have a match for our color?