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Old 04-07-2013, 03:05 PM   #1
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Changing color of a neoprene seat cover?

Has anyone tried changing the color of a neoprene seat cover? Just looking for input on this issue. Have done some research and found this product posted on a different thread:

Dupli-Color :: Vinyl & Fabric Coating

Any suggestions/comments on this product or something else you used in the past would be great. Thanks ya'll!

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Old 07-18-2013, 02:55 AM   #3
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Older post, but I'm trying to get my post count up so I can put my BMW up for trade, so ill offer some help. I bought some coverking neo seat covers for my 99 TJ, and one summer with the top off, my black/red seat covers turned pink and grey. I used the duplicolor dye and had fantastic results. I used painters tape and newspaper to mask off each color(I used both black and red). The dye takes a few days to cure completely, so don't wear any white shirts or shorts, and the texture after the dye is noticeably more course. I never got to test the water resistance afterwards, but the coverkings weren't very water resistant from the start, so that didn't matter much to me anyway.
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Older post, but I'm trying to get my post count up so I can put my BMW up for trade, so ill offer some help. I bought some coverking neo seat covers for my 99 TJ, and one summer with the top off, my black/red seat covers turned pink and grey. I used the duplicolor dye and had fantastic results. I used painters tape and newspaper to mask off each color(I used both black and red). The dye takes a few days to cure completely, so don't wear any white shirts or shorts, and the texture after the dye is noticeably more course. I never got to test the water resistance afterwards, but the coverkings weren't very water resistant from the start, so that didn't matter much to me anyway.
Thanks for the input. Decided to leave well enough alone, and I'm hoping they actually just fade. Long story but mine are black and seafoam gray, and maybe with luck they will look abit more normal after time since the ebay seller sent the wrong color to me (mind you a dispute put in and they only cost me 45$US which is alot better then 170$US )
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