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      02-15-2013, 12:39 PM   #1
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Best way to repair puncture in seat?

So I was working on my car and forgot I had a flathead screwdriver in my back pocket, went to start the car and poked a small hole through the leather...I'm going to take it to an apolstry shop, but was curious what the best way to having it repaired is? The thing that sucks is I have Lemon interior, will it be difficult getting a piece of that .color to patch it if that's what is needed? I'll post a picture later today.
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      02-15-2013, 12:45 PM   #2
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I had gotten a baseball size hole in my e36 dover grey sport seats. They put some foam and new material sewed it and put some filler in it. Painted it afterwards with clear and it looked like brand new.
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I had gotten a baseball size hole in my e36 dover grey sport seats. They put some foam and new material sewed it and put some filler in it. Painted it afterwards with clear and it looked like brand new.
Cool, makes me feel somewhat better!
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