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Discussion in 'Detailing' started by voorhees, Jun 9, 2012.
A friend of mine had that kind of wear on his mk3 golf leather seats and used these guys LEATHERTONE - leather repairs, car leather repairs, leather furniture repairs, golf bag repairs, luggage repairs
There may be a similar company in your area?
I can't recall how expensive it was but I remember it not being too much and the seats looked brand new :icon_thumright:
you can get leather paint and do it your self .. you can buy kits also
I had the mrs old MGF seats repaired that looked worse than that... They looked brand new once they had been finished.
Only about Â£150 too.