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post #1 of 9 Old 03-26-2016, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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Hi all! I bought my RC 350 F sport a little less than 3 months ago and I absolutely love it! I have playa (tan) interior and the seats are turning blue from my jeans and work scrubs. Ive tried the leather conditioning but unless I do it on a daily basis, it's still an issue. Now it's not coming out from, what I assume, is just build up .

I have been searching the Internet for a custom seat cover as, from what I can see, Lexus does not have one yet for the RC 350. Anyone have any recommendations?
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Haven't come across any seat covers except for those cheap seat cushions that my mom's car sued to have.
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Don't know of any specifically for the RC350, and I would not be comfortable buying a seat cover that is generic as it would not fit the seat perfectly and would look like it is being forced to fit.

Maybe you can look into a better quality leather protector?



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This is the best leather cleaner & conditioner, IMHO.
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Bummer about no seat covers... Definitely agree in avoiding the cheap one but maybe that's my only option until Lexus makes one. It's going to take away from the cars beauty but I'd rather it do that than permanently make the seats a blue color.

I'll buy the leather conditioner and try that as well! Thank you!
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This is the best leather cleaner & conditioner, IMHO.
If you used it before, have you noticed if it helps in getting rid of scratches and marks? I've had luck in getting that to happen with my Red Wing leather boots but leather on car seats can be different, from what I heard.
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Yup, Lexol really works. I use that on my leather seat covers.
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Lexol is great leather product. I have been using it on leather seats in my cars, leather seats on motorcycles (good aftermarket ones are leather)
and my leather riding gear. Pretty much does it all, keeps it soft and protected. No I don't have any affiliation with the stuff, I've just been using it for

several years and it works. Yes, it works in my RC too.
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Yep, over 60 and running an RC350 Fsport as a daily driver. Doesn't hardly get better.
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Lexol is great leather product. I have been using it on leather seats in my cars, leather seats on motorcycles (good aftermarket ones are leather)
and my leather riding gear. Pretty much does it all, keeps it soft and protected. No I don't have any affiliation with the stuff, I've just been using it for

several years and it works. Yes, it works in my RC too.
Yes, it's the best leather product I have ever tried.
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