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    Has anyone ever used FIBRENEW

    I am getting a quote on a little leather restoration from Fibrenew. My interior lower c-paillars are very worn.

    they say they repair /restore leather quick and easy with awsome results.....but everyone says they can do miracles where very few actually can.These are some their promo before and after pics.


    If anyone has ever had any work done by them I would appreciate some comments...




    The company website is www.fibrenew.com

    Anyone???

    The guy is coming to give me a quote today. If it seems reasonable I may go ahead with it. I will post pics of the before and after if I do.
    Last edited by TA00129; 10-05-2010 at 12:23 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Fibrenew

    I've never had Fibrenew work on my car before, but I did have them work on my couch, and I was really amazed at the work. I live near Raleigh, NC - a guy named David did the work. My dog had chewed a big chunk out of the armrest of my couch, and he managed to make it look like new. When the light hits it a certain way, I can still tell the a little bit of a difference if I look for it, but no one who doesn't know to look for it ever notices.

    And, I did look at some car pictures David had while he was working. It looked like he had done some cool stuff with car interiors - even plastic stuff. Let me know how it goes for you!
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    From the pics on the website, it looks like some pretty kick-ass stuff!

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    They do awesome work up here, so I would hope it is the same everywhere else.

    The kids:
    Alpinas: 91 E34 B10 Biturbo; 91 E32 B12 5.0; 91 E34 B10 3.0 Allrad (mom's car); '91 B10 3.5
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    I just gave them a call to see what they would charge and it was 350 to completly redo the front and rear seats but their work looks awesome from yhe pictures I seen

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    I just got my quote and they figure they can do the C-Pillars and some other little scuffs/marks for a total of under $200.

    I will take lots of before and after pics. The Guy is coming to my house to do the work in the car (no removal of panels and no broken clips ) on Friday afternoon.

    If that wasn't awsome enough I leave for Las Vegas on Saturday

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    That sounds like a deal to me - post the pictures. I'm curious!

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    It is amazing what can be brought back to life. I just did an entire interior myself: http://www.autopia.org/forum/click-b...hters-car.html

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    Holy fuggin' chit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiyoskia View Post


    Holy fuggin' chit!

    Thanks Fifteen year old car with nearly 200,000 miles on it, it needed some attention. I have had the car for about eight years and it has been my daughters for over three now. It has been reliable to the point of boredom (knock on wood) so it deserved being fixed up.

    FYI for those that are interested, the products come from a company called Leatherique. The process is simple but time consuming.

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