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Old 11-30-2006, 01:14 PM
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I'd really like to see the finished interior. What is the truck by the way, it looks like a '53 or '54 Ford?

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If you used Ultraleather and it didn't stretch, you didn't get Ultraleather. Ultraleather is as pliable as it comes. JMHO.
There is a huge difference between pliable and stretching. I used the Raffia. It gets serious stretch marks when pulled. But it may have been because of the carbon fiber grain of the material. But when trying to wrap door sills that need to be stretched in 6 different ways, it is definetly being used to it's limits. I will continue to use this stuff as it is awesome.

If any of you saw the saturn sky at this years SEMA that took the GM best designed roadster award, that the interior I used the, yes it is, ultraleather on.
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It is a 53 Ford F-100. My wife took the digital camera to work and forgot to bring it home today so I have to wait to take the pictures.
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DO NOT USE ANYTHING MADE BY ARMOUR ALL. Their product for the most part uses alchol and will dry and crack leather and ultra leather.
If you want just the natural look try Meguiars quick interior detail
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Ultraleather

Use LEXOL it cost more but it's does the job.
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Old 12-09-2006, 01:54 PM
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Use LEXOL it cost more but it's does the job.
Personally I think it is a waste to use Lexol on ultraleather. Water soap solution usually does the trick. But Lexol is all I use for leather, great stuff!
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good one it has worked for 27 years

lighter fluide,,,hair spray and best of all ,,,,,,,,,,if a upholstery dont know this one then it is time to start ((3-m adhesive cleaner dose not stain the best of the best to get off fresh ink,,glue,,marcker,,new paint,,tar,,on and on and on dont get any better than this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!99%of the time it want take out color ,also if you need to clean glue or other stuff of paint go ahead just dont use on new paint,,you know at least wait 1 week and go for it ,, all ways best to try like any thing on a spot you cant see
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Use LEXOL it cost more but it's does the job.
again, do not use lexol or any other leather treatment or cleaner on non-leather products (like ultraleather)
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