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Leather Restoration
 - Car 3510

(3510) Hello, My friend has recently purchased a new car but theres a rip in the leather of the rear seat. i was wondering what could be done to it and how much it would cost to repair. Thank you in advance, David (Braintree)... [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 3235

(3235) Would like to know how much it would cost to correct the bolsters Model: E46 M3 [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 4622

(4622) DIY Could you quote me to repair my drivers seat base as it has wear, and a small hole (due to wear) just above the piping at the door side. Also the seat base has a few scratches (only 2 that I am particularly concerned about) on the upwards face, centre rear of the base... [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 4728

(4728) I live near Aldershot, but travelling is not an issue. The images are from the drivers seat Bolster, which is showing signs of wear, and slight UV discoloration. The front passenger seat also has slight discoloration... [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 1920

(1920) i am in luton beds my car has got a dark coloured mark on the passenger seat and the same but a couple of dark marks on the drivers seat require seats to be as good as new. thanks Model: mercedes clk... [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 4709

(4709) Hi I've bought the above car & it had a repair to the leather seats which was clearly now just a quick job to sell the car. Can you give me a quote to repair the seat please. Seats are sea blue, vented (with the holes)and heated Lee... [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 2277

(2277) Hi, I have some small tears/scuffs on the edge of my drivers seat caused by the buttons on jeans. The damage is minor but irritating enough for me to want to get it repaired (see photos)! Can you... [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 4381

(4381) Hi Guys, I've got a tear in a leather bolster that I would like repaired and I would like to restore the leather on my seats and door cards. Is this something you can help me with. I'll attach the pictures of the interior... [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 4367

(4367) the seat bolsters are worn... I am in Ingatestone, essex Model: audi rs4 [more]

Leather Restoration
 - Car 2444

(2444) This tear is in the inner corner of the left rear passenger seat. The back seats don't get a lot of use so I'm more interested in making it asthletically pleasing than super durable. Model: Lexus IS200... [more]

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