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    Quote Originally Posted by payno View Post
    i would not recommend using bleach on your carpet as once you have covered it in bleach you would have to remove it wash it all out or it would affect the dye you use and rot the carpet plus all the fumes would make you and others in the car unwell
    ok good point, how else tho would you be able to dye a dark carpet like grey/black to tan/beige?
     
     

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    i dont think you can .you will have too change it or dye it black
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    ok prob be easier changing it if he wants beige
     
     

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    I would prefer beige, but I will dye it in black if beige is not possible. Anything will be better than grey, anyway. However, I will give it a try with beige first and see what happens. Perhaps multiple layers will work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistreku View Post
    I would prefer beige, but I will dye it in black if beige is not possible. Anything will be better than grey, anyway. However, I will give it a try with beige first and see what happens. Perhaps multiple layers will work.
    hold your horses bud, back on my thread just below your last comment someone was going on about a beige carpet now if they got beige and want to dye it black/grey ask if they want to swap
     
     

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    Not sure if it'll fit. LHD vs RHD. And I think he's looking for a dark black one, not boring grey. And if it need dying, I reckon it won't be the good shape I want it to be. But thanks for the heads-up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistreku View Post
    Not sure if it'll fit. LHD vs RHD. And I think he's looking for a dark black one, not boring grey. And if it need dying, I reckon it won't be the good shape I want it to be. But thanks for the heads-up!
    oh yeah sorry forgot yours is the LHD
     
     

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