Discussion in 'Body / Exterior / Interior / Cosmetics' started by mac_24_seven, Mar 19, 2007.
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It looks incredible... A billion times better than it did
I've never worked with that stuff, but all of the other stuff I've seen attracts dirt like crazy, (dirt perma-sticks) rubs off on clothing, wears off quickly, and looks like general ass in a relatively short period of time. That, and it ends up all crunchy and hard..
I'll agree it LOOKS 110% better in the pics. I hope for your sake it stays that way.
Didnt rub off on the white shirt I was wearing, after I painted it nor on the white shirt I sat on while driving it.
And I hope for my sake it stays that way too
Also, after you run your hand over it a few times, the crunchyness goes away and it's as soft as OEM.
used the same stuff on my interior..works great....carpet looks BRAND NEW! doesnt crimp up and crunch up...paint can is unusual from others..has a wide spray...did great job on interior!!
WOW awsome Job man im going to try iy what type of paint did you use?
THat looks good...Great job.
Sweet nice work.
It'sa not paint... It's duplicolor Vinyl and fabric dye. The smell is going away and it's not fading as of yet either.
i will be doing mine this weekend since its supposed to be in the mid 80's........lol
Just an update.. Over a week later and the smells completely gone and there is absolutely ZERO sign of the dye coming off or lightening up what-so-ever.
This makes me want a black carpet and two-tone seats. Black and tan interior.
Looks better in person
Where did you find Duplicolor Vinyl and Fabric dye??
Any place like Advanced Auto, Pep Boys, Wal-Mart, etc.
Wath product do you use first?
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