1998 E36 M3 EVO Leather re trims?

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    My e36 convertible front seats are battered so looking to get them re upholstered just wondered if anyone on here's it done? and how done it?

    Thanks Dave
     
     

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    How bad are they? Mine need doing too and i've been looking at products to recolour them, trimmers charges are just plain silly!

    This is what i'm looking at atm, recomended by a mod on this site.

    http://www.liquidleather.com/
     
     

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    no mate they are ripped way to far for repair, cheers anyway mate
     
     

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    Bespoke leathering in Birmingham are supposed to be good. They have had good reviews.
     
     

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    I've moved this to Bodywork & Styling.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolvesdug View Post
    Bespoke leathering in Birmingham are supposed to be good. They have had good reviews.

    Use them they are worth it

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamM3 View Post
    How bad are they? Mine need doing too and i've been looking at products to recolour them, trimmers charges are just plain silly!

    This is what i'm looking at atm, recomended by a mod on this site.

    http://www.liquidleather.com/
    *cough*... here's a guide i did with before and after pics:

    Restoring leather interior (Liquid Leather)

    Liquid Leather is an excellent product IMHO!

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by pangster View Post
    *cough*... here's a guide i did with before and after pics:

    Restoring leather interior (Liquid Leather)

    Liquid Leather is an excellent product IMHO!
    I think i'll actaully buy some of that now. Your C70 seats after were really good I hope it works as good for the lighter colours.
     
     

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