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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    DAMN!!!! That is FANTASTIC - Ok I am convinced now, where do I buy this stuff from??

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Can you use the same dye/spray to spray the seat belt webbing? I have a few stains that don't come clean.
    Also, any tips on bringing back the color in the carpet? I have what looks like a juice or wine stain under one of the rear seats, hard to really see, but I ALWAYS look for when doing something back here? Any help with that?
    THANKS

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Theres a company that makes carpet paint but i forget the name. I doubt you can paint the seats belts. I dont know what you mean by webbing. The SEM paints can be bought online or auto body supply stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcguy760 View Post
    DAMN!!!! That is FANTASTIC - Ok I am convinced now, where do I buy this stuff from??
    Check page 2 of this thread for links online.......

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Hey LL

    I did go ahead a stain/paint the seat BELTS....I call them webbing, since that it what the material is....They came out perfect.

    Where you from on LI
    I grew up there....

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    massapequa

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    THATS TOO FUNNY. We used to live on central ave in north massapequa....right off broadway.

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Page three shows the center row seat bottoms closer shot. Its been a few weeks and the seats are holding up great. Some of the "creases" are going to stick around but I am pleased with it big time.

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    I have an 2006 EXT RED E in color with Tan leather, what is this Tan or Biege color called so I buy the right color?

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Quote Originally Posted by dssrocks View Post
    I have an 2006 EXT RED E in color with Tan leather, what is this Tan or Biege color called so I buy the right color?
    It's actually called "Shale"

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Thank you. i researched the colors available for that year and it is either Shale or Pewter, I just wasn't sure which one was the grey and what was the tan.

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Quote Originally Posted by oldworld View Post
    THATS TOO FUNNY. We used to live on central ave in north massapequa....right off broadway.
    O wow... i live right by the train tracks about a mile or two from there...

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Just a quick question I have the tan interior and the interior color says its neutral shale. Is the shale paint the same color? I cant tell in the pics if the shale is grey or tan.

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    shale is tan ... i believe the real name is neutral shale, so you should be alright

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    Re: Diy - freshen up leather seats for $20 - no more ugly seat bottoms

    Thanks. paint is in the mail can't wait to restore my seats.

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