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bike=good said:
I have a sweet red leather saddle I put on my commuter a few months ago, and it tends to leave a red spot on my butt. I have no clue as to how to keep the leather nice and avoid any bleeding onto my clothes. Any leather care suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
I have a somewhat limited knowledge of this, but from what I know, the dye is going to bleed no matter what. Eventually it's bleed out and stop staining your clothes.
 

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bike=good said:
I have a sweet red leather saddle I put on my commuter a few months ago, and it tends to leave a red spot on my butt. I have no clue as to how to keep the leather nice and avoid any bleeding onto my clothes.
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bike=good said:
I have a sweet red leather saddle I put on my commuter a few months ago, and it tends to leave a red spot on my butt. I have no clue as to how to keep the leather nice and avoid any bleeding onto my clothes. Any leather care suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
If it's leather, try Proofide. That's what Brooks recommend for their leather saddles.

R.
 
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