Re: IML: 61 Imperial Interior Refurbish
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Re: IML: 61 Imperial Interior Refurbish



Thanks for the clarification.  Youre results are spectacular.  Just about everyone on this site probably has the same leather issues - I'm sure you've helped us all.


 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Ken Miller <kdmiller44@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Yes, Dan.  Soak is probably the wrong word for the softener - it's just 
> applied and left on for a day or two.  I did this several times over a 
> long period.
> 
> I used a wire brush attachment on my drill as well as sand paper.  I 
> mostly used sand paper between coats (two or three).
> 
> You are correct, the Surflex is a dye/conditioner.
> 
> Ken Miller
> 
> therichardsonfamily@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> 
> >Ken and group:
> >
> >I'm guessing that others may ask this same question, that is why I'm going 
> through the list.
> >
> >If I understand it correctly, this is a 3 step proccess:
> >
> >1st - Soak (for months even) the leather with a softener
> >2nd - Clean with MEK, and sand with wire brush
> >3rd - Use a COLORED DYE/softener product that will restore the proper color to 
> the sanded leather.
> >
> >(The dye is the part I was missing before)  Is that a correct synopsis?  Thanks 
> for the help,

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