Does anyone know of a good method for reconditioning and dying leather seats? I have a set of black Vader front seats from my 95 M3 that have a bit of wear on the side bolsters and need a bit of attention, but I have no idea how to do this. I need some recommendations on what to use to dye the worn areas. And I don't want the newly dyed areas to look different from the original areas. I realize that there are already a couple postings in the FAQ section, but none that I found covered dying worn leather. And I can't post in the FAQ section, so I posted it here. Thanks for any help in advance,
I have seen what their products can do and its definitly worth checking out. I have never reconditioned leather myself, so I don't know exactly what you need, but Im sure if you call/email them they will be able to help.
Just got this info in a PM. Check out the pics of the interior before and after on this M3 convertible. Apparently, the Leatherique stuff is amazing. http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/showt...hlight=Leather
Does anyone know if it will work on leather steering wheels? I've got a 4 spoke M3 that could use a bit of TLC too.
That looks good. You'll have to post up pics of your project before / after. I used the leather restorer and the cleaner... I need to get my butt in gear and get the crack filler / dye job done.
I found a place in town that will do the crack fill and dye for around $150, including the armrest. Now it's just a matter of when I can get the appointment.
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