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Does anyone have any experience with this product? It says "restore or change color on most vinyl surfaces, flexible and rigid plastics, carpet and velour." but are those claims true?
 

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I would say that the claim is true. The product should 'dye'. I'm assuming you mean dying a lighter color to a darker color. Visa/versa is quite a bit more difficult to accomplish. On vinyl..dye tends to setup more on the surface since it usually isn't as porous as leather...having a tendacy to streak or not cover evenly. Since it can't be rubbed-in as well or then buffed as leather can..it is easier to rub off..or bleed onto something continuously rubbing against it. I suggest dying a sample peice of vinyl first to better realize the result.
 

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Do I dare ask what kind of mad scientist project you have in mind? :eek:
 

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Do I dare ask what kind of mad scientist project you have in mind? :eek:
Its just an idea right now, maybe a not so good one. When I bought my Nox I got the all black interior, which now I kind of do regret. The titanium was a little too bright and the brownstone was a little too dark for lack of a better word. My plan right now, which I wont even consider doing till after the winter, is changing my interior up a bit. Custom two tone leather seats is easy to obtain and have installed its just matching the dash, door cards, etc, etc to the new color that will be the challenge and not to make it look ricey. I might order a cheap black dash piece and try it out to see how the results are.
I got this emailed to me this morning...

Thats custom leather seats to match the interior two-tone.
 
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