DIY Recoat Car Upholstery?

Answer Car upholstery gets worn and faded over time and from constant use. Sliding across leather or vinyl seats can cause even the most luxurious or expensive seats to eventually look worn and used. Inst... Read More »

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How to Recoat a Painted Metal Roof?

Metal roofs are ill-suited for paint adhesion because they are slick and nonporous. Before bare metallic roofs will accept paint, they require a base coat of a special acid-based bonding primer cap... Read More »

Do you have to recoat engineered cork floors?

Cork floors do need to be resurfaced upon occasion with a coat of polyurethane. The frequency in which this needs to be done depends on how well the floor is cared for, the amount of traffic and th... Read More »

How to Get Gum off of Car Upholstery?

No matter how careful you are with your car's upholstery, accidents happen. You can ban people from chewing gum in your car, but you can't stop them from accidentally sitting in gum and transferrin... Read More »

How to Sew Car Upholstery?

Car interiors that are used regularly and for long periods of time will start to show wear. Small tears or fraying of the upholstery might occur on car seats and lead to the padding coming out. Ho... Read More »