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Old Today, 10:01 AM   #141
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Steve, which areas did you correct? What kit did you use?
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Steve, which areas did you correct? What kit did you use?
Most of the damage was in the 10 o'clock zone but it was pretty faded all around from use and possibly improper cleaning in the past. I used the Colourlock kit that included fillers, sandpaper, sponges and dye. I bought the kit for my E36 project as the driver's seat was a bit rough. While I'm quite happy with how it looks now, only time well tell if this is a real solution or just a band-aide.
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Thanks Steve. The Colourlock kit is a great alternative to Coby wheel or a DIY recover project.
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