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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Cozza McA, May 5, 2013.

  1. Cozza McA

    Cozza McA Crunching The Gears
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    Was cleaning seats earlier and after a bit of foaming, I got this for a short while.
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    So question is, do you think this would look smart or not?
    And if so how would I do it properly.
    Thanks
     
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  3. Cozza McA

    Cozza McA Crunching The Gears
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    Just bumping a thread ;)
     
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    Not a fan. I'm not sure if there's some way of doing it with some sort of paint, but that'd probably rub/peel off and our end up with what you have there. It could be sewn in, but that'd mean taking off the seat covers completely.
     
  5. Cozza McA

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    Was trying to think outside the box, something different.
    It would go with the rest of the interior white on black theme.
     
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    I you're after a black on white look, I'd say piping or stitching would work better (though obviously more work and expense).
     
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    If you like it Buddy, then you should go for it, but as Martin says, it would probably look a lot better if it was stitched in, which would involve a much greater cost. There are some companies on the net who do custom embroidered seat badges that you just stick on, but they look like they have been stitched in. Have a look at these embroidered S-Line car seat badges and see what I mean. I think they look pretty good :wub: xx

    Audi S line Embroidery Style Seat Badges Customised Car Accessories for you car.
     
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    Yikes! Looks a bit like when people use white pens to highlight the writing on their tyre walls... Mind you, it might look ok if you've got a white car.
     
  9. Cozza McA

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    Ok thanks for your opinions guys and girls..
    Stitching did cross my mind but bit more expencise and not to practical.
    Thanks for the link paullie I'll look into it.

    Or buckets hmm hahaha
    ps im not a millionare for buying buckets..
     
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    do it the same colour as your car think that will pull it off or in red
     

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