Leather Repair Kits

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BonBon
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Leather Repair Kits

Post by BonBon » Mon 28 Aug, 2017 22:14

Do they really work?
Looking for a recommended kit to fix a (non-clean) tear in my passenger seat.
Seems a small patch in the leather seat covering I got on fleabay was not top quality and has just given up.
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mrscalex
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Re: Leather Repair Kits

Post by mrscalex » Mon 28 Aug, 2017 22:41

Yes. Try Furniture Clinic.
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2001 Z3 2.2 Topaz Blue (Trudy) - My car rebuilt from a write-off
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Always happy to try and help with spares :)

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Re: Leather Repair Kits

Post by BladeRunner919 » Tue 29 Aug, 2017 12:04

Another vote for Furniture Clinic from me!

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Re: Leather Repair Kits

Post by BonBon » Tue 29 Aug, 2017 16:26

Cheers team :cheers
Will pick some up during the imminent jaunt over to the UK to see the in-laws (and a few days in Cornwall)

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Re: Leather Repair Kits

Post by BonBon » Sat 21 Oct, 2017 17:33

Thanks for the heads up on Furniture Clinic. Good Kit.
I did not only have tears - I had 2 large areas with inferior leather (from Chinese Seats01 on Ebay before they closed)
Was not satisfied with Furniture Clinic's patch material and adhesive - so went with removing the cover and gluing inside big leather patches with Super7.
Big improvement which will stop the propagation... and in a while will improve the color and finish.
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