From Google;http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/in ... 211AAoXf2V
the posts, there is a a way to do it. I tried this method 30+ years ago (no google then) acting upon the advice of an upholsterer.
It took several goes, and that doesn't matter, what does
is not to 'cook' the skin, but it did help a lot. I was working with Connolly hide (Bentley S3), which was very thick I remember, - hope this helps - ... good luck ...
Thanks for that, Will have a go if the dents don't come out by themselves after a week or two.
Those photos don't really do it justice... my camera was on charge so I used the camera on my Blackberry. Here's a better one now my camera has charged up... gave the seat a quick of a brush down, they're still a bit dusty though. I'll probably get them valeted once I've fitted them in the car.
They really are very good, not quite "as new", but certainly the best used set I've seen. There's a very small tear (about 1cm) on the outside of one of the seats, but it's not on a part that comes into contact with the person using the chair, so it should be an easy repair.
And of course for Ã‚Â£63, I'm not complaining anyway!