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Along the lines of having leather seats, anyone have recommendations on repairs?

I've picked up a couple cracks in my leather seats over the past 10 years, and lately, the spot on the arm rest where I frequently poke my left elbow has grown a couple cracks as well.

When I first got the vehicle (new), we had the dealer do some work, and noticed a slice in the leather that wasn't there before. Despite the dealer's lengthy objections, they eventually relented to repair it, with the warning that it may not look perfect. Well, it actually looked pretty good. I think they used a liquid bond of some type, and the warning had to do with color-matching the leather of the seat. Anyone tried something similar?
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