Dye transfer got you feeling blue? Seat Doctors is here to help!
I don't always get before/after shots, but sometimes the after shots are impressive enough on their own! Nice job! If you're looking for Midnight Blue for your Porsche 911, or just about any other Porsche color, follow this link! -- https://www.seatdoctors.com/shop/automotive-leather-dye
The customer started with some leather filler from Colourlock to fill in the cracks and then touched up the colour with some new leather dye — looks great! Pick up some leather dye for your Volvo XC90 here: https://www.seatdoctors.com/volvo/volvo-xc90-leather-dye
“Very Impressed!” - Eric
If you’re looking for leather touch up dye for your Range Rover, check out our page at https://www.seatdoctors.com/land-rover/land-rover-range-rover-leather-dye
Not sure exactly what color you have in your Range Rover? Check out our custom leather dye page — supply your car’s VIN, as well as any other details you can get for your vehicle, and we’ll figure it out for you! Here’s the link for that: https://www.seatdoctors.com/shop/automotive-leather-dye
"I just wanted to tell you what a great product your dye is. I re-dyed my BMW Z4 sets and they came out beautiful." -- Ronnie
Customer submitted! I think the lighting was slightly different between pictures, which makes the difference look more extreme than it really does, but, even accounting for lighting, this is a huge improvement!
a few minutes with some leather dye and a foam paint brush, and the spot disappeared!
Another Porsche seat restored! The cracks were touched up by rubbing in color with a lint-free rag and the wear spot on the lower right corner was touched up with a foam paint brush. Looks great! If you’re looking for leather touch-up dye for your Porsche, or also just about any other automaker, follow this link: https://www.seatdoctors.com/diy-leather-dye
A customer just sent this in! They were able to touch up the seats in their 2009 Volvo S80 — Looks great! If you’re looking for leather dye for your Volvo, or just about any other vehicle on the road, follow this link for more information! www.seatdoctors.com/diy-leather-dye
Some overzealous scrubbing had scoured off some of the color on this Ford Explorer’s passenger seat. Fortunately, we carry the last for this car’s two-tone seats (Medium Light Stone bolsters with Medium Dark Stone inserts).
By the way, this is just after the first coat! The dye was applied using a foam paint sponge.
Are you looking for touch up dye for your Ford? Follow this link for more information: www.seatdoctors.com/diy-leather-dye
A customer just sent this in - damage to the passenger seat disappeared! Dye was applied using a small paint sponge. This is just after two coats - - very impressive! If you're looking for leather touch up dye for your Acura, follow this link - - www.seatdoctors.com/diy-leather-dye
when you order, you'll be prompted to enter your vehicle's VIN # and interior details. When you order, we'll make sure to get you the exact right dye for your vehicle.
A customer just sent this in — a harsh solvent was spilled on the seat and it dissolved the topcoat. We shipped the customer the Bordeaux dye they needed and they were able to touch the color back up to perfection! If you’re looking for leather dye for your Acura MDX, or for most other vehicle makes and models, follow this link here for more information: https://www.seatdoctors.com/shop/automotive-leather-dye
Note: Our order page is a little different than others — instead of being forced to pick a color from a chart, fill out the form that pops up when you order with the appropriate information about your vehicle, and we will determine the right dye to send you!
The wear was relatively minor, but now the seat looks perfect! After cleaning the seats, a couple light coats of Light Cashmere dye were applied to the driver’s seat of this 2008 Cadillac SRX.
If you’re looking for dye for your Cadillac SRX, or for most other makes and models, you can order here!
All we need is the VIN number for the vehicle, along with any available trim codes (for instance, the Service Parts Identification sticker in the glovebox indicated 39i “Light Cashmere), and a description of the color (this can help if the trim code is not available), and we will find the right dye for your vehicle!
Follow this link for more information: https://www.seatdoctors.com/shop/automotive-leather-dye
Another seat that had taken a beating but just needed a little touch up. After cleaning, color was restored using a simple foam paintbrush.
This stain was fixed by cleaning the seat and applying dye to the damage in the center of the cushion. Back to perfection in about half an hour! If you're looking for leather dye for your Lexus, or for almost any other make and model, navigate to www.seatdoctors.com/diy-leather-dye
This gives you a great example of how effective the foam paint brush method can be. This seat had a few trouble spots, but essentially the entire seat bottom and seat back needed some love. I started with 3 light coats on the outside panels of the lower and upper bolster, and then 2 more light coats along the entire seat surface to even the whole thing out. If you're looking to touch up the seats in your Mercedes, or for dozens of other major manufacturers, follow this link for more information: https://www.seatdoctors.com/diy-leather-dye
Some air freshener spilled on this customer’s 2013 Cadillac SRX, and when they went to clean it up, the topcoat came with it, leaving this ugly splotch. They were able to repair the damage area with matching Shale dye, saving them hundreds of dollars. An upholsterer was quoting several hundred dollars to replace the panel, and the dealership was quoting over $600 to replace the whole seat cover! If you’re looking for dye for your Cadillac, or for other major makes and models, navigate here: https://www.seatdoctors.com/diy-leather-dye/