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    reburb is an understatement.

    well done!
     
     

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    ive used this today, fantastic stuff . my seats were not too bad really only minor cracking,but after one coat they look like new .

    so sunday a second coat is going on ,cant recommend dynamix enough
     
     

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    Not seen the dynamix before, i was toying with trying a kit from LTT or the furniture clinic. The kit they do recommends spongeing on 2 coats then doing a final coat or 2 with an airbrush.
    Meh....
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjflat View Post
    Thanks! I was a bit worried about the colour match with the rest of the interior but thankfully mine's a touch cleaner than the driver's seat pictured and the passenger seat doesn't look too out of place against the rest of the existing interior.

    I think I'm going to get the bolster filled and re-covered by a pro. I've been quoted around £100 which I didn't think was too bad. There's also a bit of very worn stictching on the base bolster which I may have a go at myself (although part of me is wondering whether to get that bit re-covered as well).

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    Hi Steve
    Brilliant job! what did you use? how did you verify grey colour? have light grey seats to sort out.
    Inspiration to us all
     
     

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