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Fixing that synthetic leather possible?

Discussion in 'Model X: Interior & Exterior' started by _jmk, Jul 26, 2018.

  1. _jmk

    _jmk Member

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    I took the cloth seats as I just could not get myself to trust the synthetic leather seats just yet. Looks like I was right, they would not last very long for me :-/

    These cloth seats have the seat sides done with the same material and I already managed to get a _hole_ in the driver's seat. That was done by a broken plastic button (!) in my shorts. It's not a huge hole but hole anyway, so is it possible to fix this material somehow?

    Sad they don't have full cloth seats. They would last a lifetime, breath well and would never be too hot or too cold...
     
  2. HugoBoss

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    I don't see why someone who fixes leather couch couldn't fix it, or look for an apolstery place. Most home furniture is fake leather now and they can fix rips
     
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