Oct 08

Restore Your Car’s Interior With Carpet And Vinyl Aerosol Dye

Does your car run beautifully but look a little shabby inside from wear, stains, and sun fading? Do you have a vintage car that needs some interior sprucing up to bring it back to the beauty and value you envision? If the interior is in otherwise good shape, you can make your car’s interior look like brand new again with Carpet and Vinyl Dye. It comes in an aerosol spray can that’s easy to use and can be exactly matched to existing colors, if desired or needed to do a color repair on only a section.

Aerosol Carpet and Vinyl Dye isn’t a new product on the market. It has been used for years by car dealerships, auto restoration, and detailing companies. What’s new is that it is now available to all who want to restore their car interiors themselves. The original color can be restored or a new color can be selected, as long as it’s darker than the original color. Carpet and Vinyl Dye can be used on most all interior parts, including carpet, seat upholstery, door panels, dashboards, and ceiling. You can choose a single color to make everything uniform, or select different colors for a custom look. The choice is all yours.

The first step in your car interior restoration project is to thoroughly clean the area to be dyed, making sure it’s completely dry. Before spraying, cover the areas that will not be dyed to protect them from the aerosol overspray. Use newspaper and good quality tape to cover all areas to protect, leaving only the areas to be dyed exposed. Be sure that the doors are open for good ventilation, an important precaution anytime aerosol dye or paint products are used. It may be a good idea to snip a bit of carpet from an unexposed area and spray it first to see what the color is going to look like. If you’re happy with it, it’s time to start spraying.

Be sure to read all of the instructions on the product can for the proper application techniques and any safety warnings you will want to heed. To assure a uniform result, it is recommended that all carpeted or upholstered areas be treated rather than trying to just spot dye. After you’ve finished spraying and the protective coverings are removed, the interior will look like new!

Carpet and Vinyl Dye can be used for home carpets, rugs, upholstery, and drapes as well for unlimited design potential. Aerosol Carpet and Vinyl Dye is ideal for giving a lift to RV and boat interiors. Think of the possibilities!


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