Interior hard plastics

Rktpwrd

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would really like to see your process. have some swivel seats that could use it but didn't have any info on how.

I know this comment wasn’t directed to me, but I just re-did my seat backs. See post #3598.

 

rogus

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I know this comment wasn’t directed to me, but I just re-did my seat backs. See post #3598.

thanks. Those looked great. is that a paint as well as texture restorer?
 

mechanic80

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would really like to see your process. have some swivel seats that could use it but didn't have any info on how.
The Seatsrestore colorant works best on hard plastics and surfaces that don't get flexed much, although it looks great until it's used. Visit their website for more detailed information. As with everything, preparation is KEY. Don't forget the clear sealer!
 
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Rktpwrd

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thanks. Those looked great. is that a paint as well as texture restorer?

No, it is a texture coating not a paint.
 

butch2427

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This is good info thank you. I'm about to go down this rabbit hole with my 81 malibu cop car.
 

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