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Old 02-04-2013, 12:48 AM
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Cooking Leather

Originally Posted by DanTwoLakes View Post
What does that mean? If you are talking about "cooking" leather as heating it, you are out of your mind. The last thing you do to good leather is heat it in any way. Notice I said "good" leather. If you pay $75.00 for a hide, you can do anything you want to it, because it's garbage anyway.

No Dan, I was referring to a aftermarket leather kit installation, which regardless of your beliefs would apply to their application because its a low dry heat. As, the leather is going to get the same effect when you slap the car outside on a nice hot sunny day. This process just speeds it up a bit.

one a nice expensive hide, if it was saggy.. to me patterns are wrong hence why if I have a nice big job, I will make the cover out of vinyl first to test fitment of patterns

I do agree with you on the headliner as scrim! same effect and many people whine on prices of materials!
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