Leather and Vinyl Repair/Dye

 

Over time, Leather tends to lose moisture and shrink due to heat, UV and a variety of other factors if not cared for properly. In some cases, it is just natural for leather to fade from jean transfer or even entering the car on a regular basis. 

 

Here at Hugh's Detailing it is our goal to help preserve the interior of your car from deteriorating or to help restore it to its former glory. In some cases, Leather pieces may have to be re-upholstered.

Before

Inspection of all Leather interior pieces before any work has been performed

Prep

Before any Leather Dye can be applied, the surface must be completely cleaned and prepped. In some cases of tears, cracks or even gouges, the leather may have to be filled and sanded

After

After a thorough prep, all leather pieces being treated are dyed using several different methods to ensure a uniform and even finish. Check out some of the different Leather pieces we have been able to restore below 

Before

After

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