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I play in a band and at summer concerts it can get very hot and my shirt is often soaked through after playing a gig...I noticed that if I drive with a damp shirt, the black dye from the leather seats leaves a mark on the shirt backs and it doesn't seem to wash out! Has anyone else noticed this?...I'm wondering if I can use some sort of sealant on the seats?
 

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The first car I drove was my Dad's 1968 Austin America, which had a black interior, and in Puerto Rico the Sun can raise the interior to over 120 degrees! He bought cloth seat covers to protect the black vinyl seats and our bodies. My previous 1995 Buick Regal has blue leather seats, and I covered them to protect the leather and my body, too. after 21 years, the leather is as good as new, and the new owner still keeps the seats covered.

So I recommend visiting a auto shop that sells cloth seat covers for your Chevy Volt.
I've never quite got the seat cover thing!....I bought the car new and paid for those seats so I'm going to be the one to wear them out and when they look worn years from now, then the new owner can hide the wear by buying some seat covers!
 
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