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Vinyl and Carpet Dye

Discussion in 'Interior' started by KahunaKombi, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. Archeress

    Archeress Guest

    No worries there Baz...i tried a couple shops up this way and they had never heard of it even though the webpage i looked at said they stock these stores...i am not sure i will need it just yet.. just thought it would be good to have a back up in case things fade.:)
     
  2. KahunaKombi

    KahunaKombi Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Know someone who did theirs in 2003 and still OK.
    Important to keep to instructions and wash and buff gently after 72 hours.
     
  3. GypsyWannabe

    GypsyWannabe Active Member

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    Kelly,

    I was in Repco at Blacktown this morning and they had 4 shades of blue. From your pics of Bonniebelle, I think they would all suit your decor. Sorry, I didn't have a pen to write the names and codes down.

    The cans were still $15.99 each. I bought white to do Janie's headlining.

    Baz
     
  4. GypsyWannabe

    GypsyWannabe Active Member

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    Sorry Kelly. I was in Repco yesterday but I ended up at Autobarn, where I saw the 4 shades of VHT blue.

    Senior moment, I guess. :umm:

    Baz
     
  5. KahunaKombi

    KahunaKombi Super Moderator Staff Member

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  6. Radar

    Radar New Member

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    so has anyone used this stuff on floor carpet? or just vinyl seats?
    be great if we can use it to re-spray the icky brown floors and then another colour to re-do the vinyl panels....
     
  7. KahunaKombi

    KahunaKombi Super Moderator Staff Member

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    :D A Good friend did the carpets before the Vinyl - you must definitely must follow instructions.
    You go one way on first coat and opposite on following and repeat if necessary.

    Again make sure carpet is clean and has all grit & grease out of it :eek:

    Happy times ahead ;)
     
  8. Radar

    Radar New Member

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    Thanks heaps. I'll let you know how we go! :)
    The good news is that if we screw it up, we've cut rubber inserts to cover the front interior space anyways, so we'll just plug ahead with that.
    :)
     
  9. 75SC

    75SC New Member

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    reckon you could dye a ute cover? how do they go in full sun?
    mines blue but i want to go black
     

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