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Old 30-04-11, 04:18 PM   #1
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My car has been off the road for over 2 years it hasn't been attended to in about 3 months. The other day I decided to get it fixed up. I charged the battery and the car turned over fine. I cleaned out the inside with a steam cleaner and hoover but the seats and doorcard trim are really dirty so I was gonna get an upholstery spray for them my question is what colour should I do?? The car is silver and the interior is kinda dark grey. Should I stick with the orignal colour or go for something different?? Thanks
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i have a silver car myself and find blue or black or even both look really good.



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Old 30-04-11, 08:55 PM   #3
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Upholstery spray... please don't

I did for my rear headrests, they are dead now.

Then I improved the technique and thought it over etc. and did the door card trims, with so much care and attention, and it just isn't right.. I have to get a new full interior cos I'm two headrests down and the rear door cards look ridiculous.

It's a bad idea
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i have a silver car myself and find blue or black or even both look really good.
I'm thinking black all over with the middle part and middle of the seat blue??

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Upholstery spray... please don't

I did for my rear headrests, they are dead now.

Then I improved the technique and thought it over etc. and did the door card trims, with so much care and attention, and it just isn't right.. I have to get a new full interior cos I'm two headrests down and the rear door cards look ridiculous.

It's a bad idea
Trust me if you seen my seats you'd realise they can't get much worse!!! I'm thinkin of getting a new interior anyway just thought I'd give this a shot first
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Old 30-04-11, 11:24 PM   #5
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Hehe then full steam ahead!

What car is it btw? That was my resolve since I have the awful awful awful grey cloth seats..

Still stopped after the door cards
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Hehe then full steam ahead!

What car is it btw? That was my resolve since I have the awful awful awful grey cloth seats..

Still stopped after the door cards
Ha I've the 307 and the horrible grey cloth seats aswell :P think I'll just give it a go n see how it turns out cause I need to do somethin the state of em ha
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I'm thinking black all over with the middle part and middle of the seat blue??
thats how mine are but thats manufacturer for you

im not sure on this spray or how it works, is it dye? paint?

have you not thought of seat covers? i had them in my 307 (pic on my dp), the kit does all seats and headrests. also they use something called clix, so they are designed to tear when a seat airbag deploys...i can vouch for this.



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take a look here:

The Roof Box Company: Car seat covers:walser car seat covers:leather:sheepskin:waterproof:seatcovers:car seat covers



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thats how mine are but thats manufacturer for you

im not sure on this spray or how it works, is it dye? paint?

have you not thought of seat covers? i had them in my 307 (pic on my dp), the kit does all seats and headrests. also they use something called clix, so they are designed to tear when a seat airbag deploys...i can vouch for this.
I had a look on that site you posted and I love the black and blue ones but when I had seat covers in my punto they kept coming undone and it really annoyed me I took pleasure in burning them haha
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Let me know what dye you are looking at, I think I know exactly which one you have your eye on.
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