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    oh wait here you go:

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    I orderd the filler and dye but i got them both of ebay and come to £47 for them both, dye is 250ml which i hope is enuff for 4seats, and the filler is 35ml but ive only gotta do small repair anyway. thanks very much sam for all ur help.


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    no problem, good luck,

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1832 View Post
    no problem, good luck,

    dont forget before and after pics
    Ohhh yes i will take plenty of pics. hopfully get it done on sat.


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    Hi ive got my dye today so can any1 put a step by step guide up on how to clean the seats and then the best way to put the dye on, i got 250ml and hoping to do all the seats with it and iv never done it and dont wanna get it wrong. thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by M3 TIM View Post
    ive used scuffmaster on my m3 it filled the cracks quite well that was the light grey.
    another vote for Gliptone Liquid Leather Scuffmaster here - used them a few times now and always been happy with the results - here's a link to the write up I did:

    Restoring leather interior (Liquid Leather)


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilts View Post
    Hi ive got my dye today so can any1 put a step by step guide up on how to clean the seats and then the best way to put the dye on, i got 250ml and hoping to do all the seats with it and iv never done it and dont wanna get it wrong. thanks.
    See the link I added in post #22.

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    Clean the seats with meths or cleaner, sponge and nail brush

    If you have any cracks use 800 grit wet and dry to take to the edges off, fill them if need rub your filler down,

    Mask up any thing you don't want to dye,

    Get the dye and the aplicator sponge, put a bit on the sponge and wipe on to the leather

    Try and do it section by section, don't apply to much

    It will look streaky to start with, once you have done a whole seat dry it with a hair dryer then apply a seccond coat,

    Dry again, apply a thrid

    2 or 3 coats and the streaky ness will dissapear
     
     

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    I aint got any meths so wat type of product etc can i use? and do u think 250ml wil do all seats?


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    2.Leather seats-(Done)
    3.M3 front splitter
    4.Boot lip spoiler-(Done)
    5.M-tech steering wheel
     
     

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