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Dash pad repair

My padded dash has some very tiny spider web cracks in it. Is there a way to fix these cracks before I dye it. I have been looking at a product that is supposed to be for repairing a padded dash, but would like to find out what products you guys use or if you have had any luck repairing dashes. Thanks for any advice/info you can give me.

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http://www.dashboardrestorations.com/
Never used them and I dont know what the price would be.
The problem with home repairs is getting the color uniform. Most fillers wont color as well as the dash.
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I have the dash pad out of the car and will be dying the whole thing, so color mathing is really not an issue. I would like to find some kind of flexible filler for padded dashes, arm rest, consoles, etc... that will last for years to come, if there is such a thing!
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