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    Awesome mate! This is somthing that I want to get for mine. Will totally transform your car.
    If it aint broke, don't fix it!!!
     
     

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    Nice one Ben, I knew you'd get postage for cheaper than £100.. god knows where Quarry are getting their quote from?!?

    Whats this dynamix leather kit lark your on about now??

    I have been considering doing the bolsters on both my front seats as they are showing signs of wear but don't know the best way of going about it.. had looked at this stuff:

    http://www.liquidleather.com/scuffs.htm

    Not sure how easy this type of stuff is to use without ruining/staining your seats though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    Nice one Ben, I knew you'd get postage for cheaper than £100.. god knows where Quarry are getting their quote from?!?

    Whats this dynamix leather kit lark your on about now??

    I have been considering doing the bolsters on both my front seats as they are showing signs of wear but don't know the best way of going about it.. had looked at this stuff:

    http://www.liquidleather.com/scuffs.htm

    Not sure how easy this type of stuff is to use without ruining/staining your seats though...
    You just need to go on google mike... they do bmw dyes for leather.. its very good so ive been told! :Thumbsup
     
     

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    I'll let you try first Ben then learn from your mistakes

    I expect to see pictures sooner rather than later
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    Nice one Ben, I knew you'd get postage for cheaper than £100.. god knows where Quarry are getting their quote from?!?

    Whats this dynamix leather kit lark your on about now??

    I have been considering doing the bolsters on both my front seats as they are showing signs of wear but don't know the best way of going about it.. had looked at this stuff:

    http://www.liquidleather.com/scuffs.htm

    Not sure how easy this type of stuff is to use without ruining/staining your seats though...
    this is what i done:

    Leather Seat Repair - Using Dynamix
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1832 View Post
    I'm going to get myself some of that shortly and do my bolsters.. don't think the leathers cracked so should get away with just a good clean and re-dye.. also there only appears to be one bmw black which makes things even easier
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    I'm going to get myself some of that shortly and do my bolsters.. don't think the leathers cracked so should get away with just a good clean and re-dye.. also there only appears to be one bmw black which makes things even easier
    lol thats handy, theres loads of baige's
     
     

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