Leather or Vinyl Refinishing
If your leather is faded, or if it has subtle surface cracks showing discoloration,
but it is not too torn or dried out, then we can recondition and redye your seats.
We can dye them the same color or completely change the color. This will
be more economical than complete reupholstery and does yield beautiful
results. If necessary,
we can also replace one or more leather panels in a seat, which are exceptionally
cracked or torn, and then dye the balance. We can even dye seats with contrasting
piping as found in a Rolls Royce, as well as other items such as your leather
jacket or furniture.
Other areas of your interior which may become faded can also be redyed
such as door panels, armrests, steering wheels, dashes, consoles, shift
knobs and moldings. When redyeing a complete interior or combining it with
seat upholstery work, we can restore the original look of the interior
or create a totally custom look.
Burn & Small Cut Repairs
Accidents happen, such as cigarette burns, minor nicks and stains, cuts from
loading cargo, etc. When the damage to a seat is minor, we can generally spot
repair it without having to remove and replace any of the upholstery.
To repair cloth holes, we fill them with a pasty substance. Matching
colored fibers are then blended into the hole and feathered out. High
and patterned cloths do present a problem though. For these damaged sections
it is generally better to replace the cloth.
To repair leather and vinyl damage, we melt in a pasty substance. We then heat,
sand, grain and dye the repair to blend it in. Small damages in door panels
and dashes can also be spot repaired
Although the nature of these repairs is not 100% they are generally
good enough to warrant their more economical aproach.
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