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Leather Re-dying/staining

Nick, do you offer leather re-dying/staining?

The cracks on my leather are driving me insane. If not, do you know a guy? What would be the typical cost for something like this?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-19-2010, 04:45 PM
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Quit pissing on your seats....

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It's a mustang seat..... You're gonna have to learn to live with it.
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sounds like it's time for some new seats.


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Over the years I have painted cracked leather seats with basecoat. Most paint manufactors offer formulas for interior colors and will most likely have a match for the interior color. I have done several and they turned out looking brand new and held up really well.You use basecoat only{no clearcoat!} It might sound crazy but I assure you it will work!
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I did some research on this for my '95 Mustang, it's on my "to do" list, but here are some helpful links on doing the work yourself:

http://www.mbcoupes.com/repairarticl...etreatment.htm
http://www.leatherique.com/do_it_your_self_instruction/

Seems pretty straight forward, but will require several days work, and lots of elbow grease.

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I did some research on this for my '95 Mustang, it's on my "to do" list, but here are some helpful links on doing the work yourself:

http://www.mbcoupes.com/repairarticl...etreatment.htm
http://www.leatherique.com/do_it_your_self_instruction/

Seems pretty straight forward, but will require several days work, and lots of elbow grease.

On one of your quotes, letherique is listed. We do offer a leatherique treatment! Please give me a call and I can explain all the pro's and cons's if the treatment.

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