Years of grime and wear can really let down the rest of your car. This can be removed to bring your car interior up to the standard of your bodywork.
This Alfa came in with damage to the stitching. We managed to hand sew the seam using 2 curved slipping needles to make it look as good as new.
This drivers seat had a hole in the leather which was starting to spread. The hole had previously been repaired by someone simply filling the hole with filler. This had eaten away at the foam of the seat and caused the hole to get worse. After cleaning the entire seating area I rebuilt the foam, then I cut the leather along a natural crease to allow me to apply a piece of backing material underneath the leather and glue it back together. This meant I only needed a very small amount of filler to smoth off the edges of the repair. I then mixed some colour pigment to match the rest of the original leather in the car and appied that. Finishing off with 3 coats of Gloss/Satin PU Leather Finish. The owner of the car was very pleased with the end result.