Same story here, except on about a half-dozen classic/exotic/sports cars. We must remember that unlike modern vat-dyes leathers, the older Connolly leathers are top lacquered! And that is the surface you have to strip off before reapplying a new coating.JohnMartyn said:Leather Seats are a luxurious, prestigious investment to any car.I did try a leather re-colouring kit on a piece of furniture I was going to throw out.I had good success using "Leatherique".It involves stripping existing colour using thinners,conditioning and spraying the new colour.
I use Leatherique's Rejuvenator Oil to condition the leather. And no, I don't have any connection with the company. I just like the products - most of them.relic said:been meaning to re-treat leather for sometime just never got round to it. will check out recommended companies!
Neil and Yoscel's car will arrive here in Houston next Tuesday or Wednesday (27-28 December 2011). I'll get a bunch of pictures of the interior as soon as it comes to visit me. I'll post links here.rolindsay said: