Color Restoration - 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Repairing this damage took a few more coats than usual,  7  before full coverage  was achieved, but still an incredible transformation! Because the damage had exposed bare leather, the leather was first sanded with 400 grit sandpaper, 3 coats applied, and then sanded again with 400 grit. The surface is again smooth! We have hundreds of different leather dyes for GM vehicles, so if you need touch up dye for your Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, Pontiac, or Saab, click here to order!

Color Restoration - Lexus ES350

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This simple repair was accomplished by  

  1. Cleaning the seat thoroughly with Simple Green cleaner. New dye will not adhere to contaminants in the seat.  
  2. Loading the leather dye onto a lint-free paper towel and rubbing into the cracks.   

That's honestly about it. Excess dye was buffed out after the final application using a damp paper towel. This took 3 applications, giving plenty of dry time between coats. 

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Color Restoration - 2004 Honda S2000

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This Honda S2000 was restored using two methods. We started by dabbing on a base coat of dye using a paint sponge, with two very light coats. This worked well to fill I dye to some of the deeper cracks. Next, and airbrush was used to feather in 3 very light coats over the repair area and blend in with the rest of the seat, which still looks very good. If you're looking to touch up your Honda, you'll be happy to know we have extensive data on Honda colors going back to the early 90's. Click here to order touch up dye for your vehicle!