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Steve Lee

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470
Location
spring hill
My XLR/V(s)
2005
Anybody that wants to restore a whole seat, a panel, or just a small spot, this guy's products are outstanding!!You can do a small area or large. Wash and dry the area first.

When you put the first coat on it looks streaky with brush marks; but when it dries in 20 minutes, it looks PERFECT!! Sometimes you might need (2) coats, but no problem, just wait 20 minutes and put the second coat on! Foam brush is what he recommends, but those cheap white bristle brushes work well too. I have used oneand got good results!

Call Andy @, The Seat Doctors, at 815-570-9534, or go to his web site: andy the seat doctor.com. You'll be ABSOLUTELY ASTONISHED with the results!! ( You can also dye a black part (such as the upper center console door, the you got on ebay in black, and need it to be another color, but it will take 2-3 coats to cover the black.)

Any questions, email me, I'll be only to glad to help you!
 

Steve Lee

Seasoned Member
Joined
Oct 17, 2017
Messages
470
Location
spring hill
My XLR/V(s)
2005
You are very welcome! The way I see it, this forum is a "Brotherhood," and we are all here on this forum to help one another!!
 

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