|08-25-2013 12:22 AM|
|1987Wrangler YJ||The stuff that Florida used is the bomb diggity I highly recommend it|
|08-24-2013 09:12 PM|
|87 Florida YJ||For the short money a can of Dupli-Color goes for I certainly would give it a shot. There is an area on my front seat that gets rubbed with me jumping in and out and when th gray starts to show I just spray that area and its perfect again. Definitely going to be better than spice.|
|08-24-2013 08:47 PM|
I dyed my spice top parts on my 89 yj black with the duplicolor venal dye and it came out great.
And all I did was clean them and spray them. Nothing else after that. That was last year and still black as can be
|08-24-2013 06:20 PM|
|Mowrangler||Working for a used car dealer for 25 years I have dyed a few convertible tops and I can tell you it is a whole lot different from dying seats. Dying tops if your lucky will last as long as it takes to sell the car its a different material and is exposed to the weather.I used the best professional dye available . Vynl tops will last a bit longer but it isnt permanent. You might as well paint it with latex house paint.|
|08-24-2013 06:08 PM|
|08-24-2013 05:25 PM|
|87 Florida YJ||Since nobody else has replied I 'll throw something out for you to consider. I have used Dupli-Color Vinyl and Fabric Coating on my seats and am very pleased with the results. This is my 26 year old cruddy dirty faded gray rear seat after I sprayed it. I did the fronts too but although they were gray too they were not original issue.|
|08-24-2013 03:19 PM|
I have a Spice Bestop that I want to be black. Has anyone done a successful dye job? What was your prep, what did you use, and did you have to use any protectant for a sealer?