Repairing a Leather Car Seat

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Leather Repair Trick

Genuine (not bonded) leather can be repaired with sandpaper and super glue! 0:24 - Why you may need a subpatch 0:38 - Cutting the subpatch and rounding the corners 1:05 - Inserting the subpatch 1:44 - Gluing the patch to the leather 3:20 - Demonstration of the Sandpaper Super Glue method 5:01 - Dyeing the leather using Rub 'n Restore® Walnut color Check out our video on cat scratch damage which has better close-up footage of this method: Don't believe us? We used this method for nearly 30 years as professional leather repair artisans serving Southern California's auto, aviation, and RV industries. The Sandpaper-Super-Glue Method is best for minor damage. Larger areas requiring flexibility should be repaired with a flexible compound like FC1 Soft Filler demonstrated in this video: More information about repairing your own leather or vinyl, along with free written instructions, here: Follow us on social media! @RubnRestore Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Pinterest: Google+: LinkedIn:

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Repair Leather and Vinyl with Flexible Filler

Use a flexible leather filler to repair large holes and tears in leather or vinyl. We walk you through the subpatch process, filling, texturizing, and dyeing using FC1 Soft Filler and Rub 'n Restore® dyes. 00:30 - Cutting the subpatch 01:00 - Inserting the subpatch 01:20 - Gluing the subpatch 03:14 - Cleaning excess glue and readying the surface for repair compound 03:48 - Applying the leather filler, spreading, and feathering 05:16 - Dry time and how to tell when the filler has cured 06:22 - Sanding 06:58 - Additional layers of filler repair compound 08:32 - Texturizing and final sanding 09:41 - Dyeing the repaired area Free instructions and shopping list here: If you're dealing with a peeling or flaking surface, it has either been previously painted or is a degrading bonded leather. Please click here to learn more: Additional information about bonded leather appears here: These techniques have been used by professional repair artisans ( for nearly 30 years. Follow us on social media! @RubnRestore Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Pinterest: Google+: LinkedIn:

Leather Repair: This video shows you how to repair the damage to a leather car seat bolster, caused by abrasions as you get in and out of the car.

The product we use to make the repair is called a Leather Colourant Kit and can be provided in many pre matched car colours, or you can always send in a sample for an exact colour match.

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