Treadline Leather Repairs

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  1. Paul Morris

    Paul Morris

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    Has anyone used a company to repair an open crack in the leather? I have a 10cm open crack on the driver side lower bolster nearest to the door. I’m struggling to find anyone around South Wales to do a mobile repair.

    I’m undecided whether to get a repair or have the bolster reupholstered. It seems much easier to find someone to reupholster the seat/bolster than to fix the crack. I also have concerns about matching the leather and colour if I just had the bolster reupholstered. Does anyone have any advice or experience of getting this done?


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    I would have the panel replaced by an upholster
     
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    I’m interested in how you get this sorted, mine is the same, it’s not leather though is it?
     
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    I would like to say that its not genuine leather used on the Recaro seats.

    Its faux vinyl leather thats used on the seats , Give capital seating a call and see if they can help you out as they sell the fabric for the MK3 Recaro CS seats.

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    I’ve been asking around. No one will repair as it’s not leather apparently. It’s going to be difficult to get a match for the one panel so realistically the job will involve the whole seat or seats if you want it to match.


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