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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianGuy View Post
    Nice video. I will go look for the gloves. I suspect they would also help for the vinyl protection application, especially around the windows.
    Guaranteed. I also, as an addendum to the video, had to do some small touchups. What I like about these is that the microfibre terminates mid radius on your finger, so if you are careful, you can line up the split between the microfibre and the top section, wipe accordingly and *still* not hit your cloth even untaped.

    I need to, semi on topic, find a treatment for the exterior vinyl. It is fading in four months in ways the Dart never did in two years.
    A simple Fiesta.

    Cobb's 1,2, and 3 nearly in the bag | Interior road noise dampening mod | Complete LED upfit | A pocket full of plans

    "You make a diamond shine by fine tuning it, taking a little here and there, and polishing it well, not smashing it to bits and gluing it back together again. You start with something simple and make it great by amplifying the greatness it already contains."

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    Try Mothers Back to Black. Works better than anything else I've tried
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    Quote Originally Posted by westcoaST View Post
    Try Mothers Back to Black. Works better than anything else I've tried
    Yup works very well. Used it for years. I will try Armor All Outlast Trim & Plastic this year on the Edge and let you know if it is any better.

    http://www.armorall.com/products/out...ic-restoration

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    Confirmed to both of you. Back to Black... I've always seen it, never tried it. Going to have to get comfortable with it being around if this keeps up.
    A simple Fiesta.

    Cobb's 1,2, and 3 nearly in the bag | Interior road noise dampening mod | Complete LED upfit | A pocket full of plans

    "You make a diamond shine by fine tuning it, taking a little here and there, and polishing it well, not smashing it to bits and gluing it back together again. You start with something simple and make it great by amplifying the greatness it already contains."

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    Quote Originally Posted by opusmonday View Post
    I had planned to publish this Saturday morning, but darned if I didn't really like how it turned out. It'll cost a few views but that's a secondary concern.

    I've been looking at my seats with trepidation, and wanted to produce a small video guide for those of you who condition your leather or work with your seats in any detailing capacity. Our seats are extremely unique in that they mix materials in a way I haven't seen before.

    I think you will really enjoy the video. It was fun to produce and worth the effort if it helps anyone. Shattered my poor iPad during the process, too so you could totally sympathy view. And, feel free to skip the time lapses if you want, but they add something to it.

    If you have any questions or comments, leave them in the comments on Youtube or here, and I'll do my best to clarify anything I've said or add some context for the choices I've made.

    Have a wonderful Friday!


    I get invalid URL

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuntdoogie View Post
    I get invalid URL
    Odd. I can see the embedded video from my end via the forum, and click through/play. If there is a chance your browser can't chew the link properly and chokes up, try this direct short-link. https://youtu.be/bpBpnRXZTmw
    A simple Fiesta.

    Cobb's 1,2, and 3 nearly in the bag | Interior road noise dampening mod | Complete LED upfit | A pocket full of plans

    "You make a diamond shine by fine tuning it, taking a little here and there, and polishing it well, not smashing it to bits and gluing it back together again. You start with something simple and make it great by amplifying the greatness it already contains."

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    Nice tutorial man, makes me feel a little guilty about how little I've done for the interior of my past cars. By the way, i recognize that bristle brush, came in a bike cleaning kit right?

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    Thanks! I save all my detailing for the ST. The SHO gets copious neglect to make up for it ;)

    I think you are right about where that brush came from. Can't verify but I bet it would be a good place to find one.
    A simple Fiesta.

    Cobb's 1,2, and 3 nearly in the bag | Interior road noise dampening mod | Complete LED upfit | A pocket full of plans

    "You make a diamond shine by fine tuning it, taking a little here and there, and polishing it well, not smashing it to bits and gluing it back together again. You start with something simple and make it great by amplifying the greatness it already contains."

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    Question because I'm at work and cant watch, but do you go into detail on how to was/protect the cloth part of the Recaro?

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    Anyone tried the Smartwax Professional Fabric Guard, or heard from anyone who has used it? Got a deal on it from my old employer so I figured why not. Seems to promise the same things as Scotchguard.


 
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