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  • Leather Dying your seats

    Getting my Magnum GT ready to sell, and the only real sore spot was the front seats.

    I bought some dye from autoleatherdye.com, watched the video, and taught my shop rat how to do. He dabbed on six light coats to get to here.

    Next he needs to scrub the dye off the buckles, apply the Semi-gloss topcoat, and finally the conditioner. The pictures don’t do the job justice, and it will look pretty damn good when finished. I ordered dark green dye and self-leveling crack filler to do the seats on my 64 Imperial.
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    So here's what the seats look like finished with leather top coat. Compare to first post. I'm real glad I tried this.


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      I'm fixin to tackle the seats in the 64 Imperial. I have to start with leather crack filler on it before dying and top coating.
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        This is where I got everything I needed
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          Looks great! Thanks for sharing.

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              Still working on to get perfect.
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