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    Need help with repairing vader.

    I picked up a driver side vader and decent condition. Was wondering if there is any product that can fix or repair the scuff, cracks and the little tear. I remember a product call "rejuevanation oil" (not sure, cant remember what it's called). I have the lexol cleaner and conditioner, will this fix the scuff? I used the repair kit from leatherrepairkits.com and it did not turn out good.

    Any tips or suggestions to getting the vader seat in good/new condition?

    thanks

    -Tony







    Last edited by ttkid06; 08-19-2008 at 12:07 AM.
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    I think the product you are talking about is "Leatherique"

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    yes, thanks, will this restore the scuff?
    Quote Originally Posted by SpasticDwarf View Post
    Subtlety is key my friend; it doesn't always take a bunch of stuff to make a car unique- a set of wheels and the right stance can make a car stand out.

    Roundel shifty #1.

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    You need to buy a leatherique re-dye kit. It involves sanding the leather and going through the dye process. That seat is beat :X

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braymond141 View Post
    You need to buy a leatherique re-dye kit. It involves sanding the leather and going through the dye process. That seat is beat :X
    Well, for a good price, it was worth it. The last seat i tried dying, it came out kind of ugly, lots of streaks. I must have did it wrong. I think your vader seats are the cleanest I have seen.
    Quote Originally Posted by SpasticDwarf View Post
    Subtlety is key my friend; it doesn't always take a bunch of stuff to make a car unique- a set of wheels and the right stance can make a car stand out.

    Roundel shifty #1.

    kuv yog hmoob.

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    Leatherique is a great product line for restoring, as for the repair there are several kits out there but I do not know a lot about them since we do not deal with torn leather.
    - Meghan
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