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Old 22-02-2021, 04:59 PM
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Hi Dave, that doesn't look bad at all, I'd be happy with that, as I say I'm going to do the lot, black as well. looks good mate
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Old 22-02-2021, 06:37 PM
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Hi Dave, that doesn't look bad at all, I'd be happy with that, as I say I'm going to do the lot, black as well. looks good mate



From what I have been told to get the seats looking really matt its best to spray the dye rather than using a sponge but speak to John at Bespoke leathering who is very helpful




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I’m about to use Furniture Clinic Matt leather finish on my seats. They were sprayed a few years ago and are a bit shiny. I’ll let you know how it looks afterwards.

One of the boys on the R8 forum used it on his seats damaged by the dealer with some Covid sanitizing spray, it brought them up perfect with a nice Matt finish.
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Old 27-02-2021, 11:57 PM
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From what I have been told to get the seats looking really matt its best to spray the dye rather than using a sponge but speak to John at Bespoke leathering who is very helpful




https://bespokeleathering.com/
Yes Dave your right,I work in the press garage at Gaydon for a well known company and any repairs to leather are sprayed,and obviously the colour match is spot on,I’ve been furloughed since Christmas so until I get back to work I’ll have to wait, my detail gun is at work!! I’ll defo get in touch with Bespoke for the colour. Thankyou
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