It almost beat me, I'm trying to learn stuff as I go along and this almost had me booking it into a professional to finish the job. As it stands I decided to man up and order more materials and crack on, although it's going to take at least a week from today to complete.
Fine/med wet and dry sanding block
leather/vinyl aviation approved paint
Preval disposable spray unti & glass jar.
Sanded, cleaned, & filled
Driver seat done, headrest replaced to show color contrast
So that's the journey so far, then I ran out of spraying power 3/4 into the passenger seat because of my heavy-handed approach to spraying. I was somewhat dismayed so I had a cup of tea and decided, upon reflection, I was going to stay the course so I thought I'd keep a rookie journal and maybe share some tips with anyone who's considering this.
What I learned today:
1) Less is more
2) Sponge is good
3) Mask not, swear much
4) American classics albums played through an 800w rig get you funny looks in Walsall. Although, admittedly, so does having straight teeth and a Mrs you aren't related to.