I had a go at re colouring my seats and I was very impressed with the liquid Leather and the finish. I am putting the whole procedure on the Duchess web site next week. Commencing 27th March 06. Many thanks to my understanding wife on this, Mothers Day.
Sometimes the photo's can mislead but in this case they don't. I was amazed how easily this product was to use and the results were excellent. I can't comment on any other products, e.g Woolies as I have not used them but I have read other peoples views.
Hello " Allan NZ P5b", may I say what a good job you have done on your seats, they look really nice, like new. There is a page on GlennR's website regarding the same process he did with the Duchess already, so I wonder what he will be putting on there soon? May I ask you GlennR, if you are going to put some more information about refurbing the seats on your website, could you include the product names/codes that you have used (did you use the same as Allan?) as I'm sure many other people will agree- we want to know exactly how to get our seats looking as good as yours! Regards, V8.
Hi V8, I put a link on my Duchess website when I explained the procedure www.roverp5bduchess.co.uk/seat_refurb.htm The liquid leather link can be found on my website underneath photo #7. (I found the link originally on a message posted on this forum) I mentioned this on my first posting (see above #1) on this forum regarding the seats. As everybody's needs/requirements are different it is best to contact them to discuss personal requests etc
This post shows some of the work in progress. roverp5.proboards31.com/index.cgi?board=interior31&action=display&thread=1116715585 I removed the better cover from a passenger seat back I had spare and after restitching put this onto my drivers seat back. I also re foamed a lot of it with foam purchased from a re trimmer here in NZ good foam is expensive and you need the help of an expert to get small offcuts of the various grades you need starting from quite firm and progressing to very soft on the top. If you take a seat apart carefully and look you will see what I mean. I laminated 3 different grades to each other with contact foam glue to build up what I wanted here is a link to the leatherique site www.leatherique.com/