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Old 08-12-2004, 10:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ARGH! my leather! my poor poor leather.

I have several cracks in my leather on my drivers seat, I really wanna fix those. But most importantly, I have a 1 1/2 inch crack in my leather, the "fluffy stuffing" is coming out a little, How do i get this fixed and where can I get it done at and how much will it cost. ARGH!
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I have that too, I think I'm just going to get some furry sheep skin covers.
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i don't know where to get it but there is this stuff, some sort of goo that is colored, it goes on leather and dries, just to cover up that sort of thing.

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Has anyone had good results with this stuff? It's sorta reminding me of that crustang i kep seeing with the cracked dash fixed with " silly putty"
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dont DIY this please...........

Call one of those upholstry/furniture repair people and have them fix it. Trust me, if you get a real pro, the tears, cuts and rips on your leather will not be noticable. You can probably do a few tear and cuts for a hundred bucks or less.
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Retro, thats exactly the answer I was looking for. thanx
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