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    just wondered where you got the kit from
     
     

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    morning mate the kit is from www.furnitureclinic.co.uk, google dye leather and you will find it mate
     
     

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    Nice i just got the kit hopefully i havent wasted my cash!
     
     

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    Been looking the the Furniture Clinic guys website, seems quite straight forward.

    Also something that I will be doing in the new year, although I will be attempting to do 2 colours, which could turn out quite well.

    Its a bonus if it works on plastics too, as I'm needing to do my dash, as finding one completely black to fit a 94 saloon is getting difficult.
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    was going to pay £200 to leather revive to do mine for me but think i will give it a go myself
     
     

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    Thanks for this thread superb info mate
     
     

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    great thread gonna try this myself,thanx mate.
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    hi rjb what exactly would i be asking for when i buy this kit, your seats look great by the way, cheers john.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJB328i View Post
    morning mate the kit is from www.furnitureclinic.co.uk, google dye leather and you will find it mate
    looking to have my verts sports seats changed from black to grey(white)
     
     

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    Great write up RJB328i!! I've never used the furniture clinic stuff before - but it seems quite similar to Gliptone Liquid Leather:

    http://www.liquidleather.com/re-colouring.htm

    Which I have used before and have been very happy with the results:

    Restoring leather interior (Liquid Leather)

    In fact I just bought a complete black leather interior for the Compact and have bought liquid leather scuffmaster kit to sort it out before fitting it. I might try and get some proper before and after pics up.

    * 2016 BMW M135i LCI (F20): current
    * 2016 Mercedes Benz GLA 200d AMG Line (X156): current
     
     

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