Believe it or not, this is the same car! The leather color had been stripped from water damage, but the leather was still in good shape.
The seat was cleaned and prepared by first scrubbing with diluted Simple Green water-based cleaner and a Blue Non-Scratch Scotch-Brite pad, then with some diluted Denatured Alcohol and a lint-free paper towel.
The color was matched to the VIN as "Camel Beige", and sprayed on in 6 light coats. A hair dryer was used to quicken drying between coats, using low or no heat.
This seat is ready to be sat on immediately, but will cure fully in about 48 hours. I use a Badger airbrush system, but similar results can be attained using a Preval Spray Gun.
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