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Old 09-07-2012, 09:13 PM   #1
matty.dc
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Back To Black!!!

I know all E30 guys with a dark carpet suffer from the dreaded fading rear deck after all of those years of UV damage.

Today, I took off the rear deck and dyed it to look like brand new!

Materials
-Black pre-mixed dye purchased from Michaels-$6.99+Tax
-Spray bottle

Steps
-Remove rear dash(if you cant do this please don't ever work on your car alone)
-Blast the rear dash with the hose to get the dirt out of the fabric.
-Stand up the dash to dry
-Fill the spray bottle with the premixed dye
-Spray evenly across the whole rear dash almost like you're spray painting.
-Wait for the dash to dry
-Reinstall

A very simple procedure for a great outcome.
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