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if milk/liquids are spilled on the perforated section of the leather seat, does the milk/liquid seep into the seat foam or is there a moisture barrier on the inside of the leather?

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The high density foam doesn't really absorb stuff however the backing on the seat covers might. All you can do is wipe up the best you can and hope it won't stink for too long.
 

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Done it, vacuum it as quickly as possible, and blot the liquid with a blue shop towel, they really "suck" stuff up.....
 

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yeah my leather lotion always get stuck on those holes...I left them alone and they go away after a few days/weeks... My pants probably soak it up!!
 
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