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    Quote Originally Posted by smileynialley View Post
    cant you buy a dye for it so you cover up for cracked bits making it look un noticable.
    I'm sure there is a thread on the forum showing this

    I will see if I can dig it out
     
     

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    Here is the link

    Restoring leather interior (Liquid Leather)

    It explains the procedure and there were photo's but it seems the photo's have vanished

    I will try to find out why
     
     

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    Mine ain't too bad just starting to so would like to sort it before it gets worse really, it's only on one bolster the rest of the seat and seats are like new!
     
     

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    I've got the same problem, I phoned the local trimmer and he said can't be done unless I buy a complete hide from Germany which he reckons will be about £150 then about £50 to stitch it in. I have also tried a local restorer and he says £90 but the cracks in the bolster must be repaired with vinyl filler and then sprayed to match
    Last edited by Petes99Tourer; 27-06-2009 at 15:36. Reason: spelling
     
     

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