DIY: Wrapping Rims in Matte Black Vinyl
I wanted to try a new style for my winter rims, and instead of pinting them i wrapped them in vinyl, Costs about $10 a rim. http://www.ebay.ca/itm/321097538225 This short video shows you how to wrap a rim quickly(sped up 3x), There really is no downfall to doing this, faster and cheaper then painting, the vinyl only weighs .4 ounces or about 50 grams. and thats spread out throughout the rim and if you dont like it then just peal it off. If you want more info or you want to buy some vinyl contact me at email@example.com Or come contact me at 8thcivic.com please don't send a message though youtube, I don't come here often.
Check it out on ebay for the full written DIY.
Or visit my ebay page at
and scroll down to Matte Black Vinyl Rim Wrap 6x 24"x24"
Also the first song uses is a
-rusko remix its rusko hold on sub focus remix, the second song is
-supersonic the world of discotronic and the last song is the classic
-chemical brothers hay boy hay girl with a dunstep remix.
How to Restore a Cracked Steering Wheel
Tool Dude Tony shows you step-by-step how to restore a cracked steering using POR15 epoxy putty, sand paper and Rust-Oleum paint.
This is another episode in the '57 Studebaker Silver Hawk Restoration Project. Here is a link to the playlist of all my videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL70DD647B4B0E98AC&feature=view_all
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Video 2 of many about leather cleaning, restoration and repairs.
Cleaning leather can be an easy task if you have the correct leather cleaning products. In this video, we show you how to clean a leather car seat, followed by a leather protection cream.
These are the items we used in this video.
• Leather Repair Company Premium Leather Cleaner
• Leather Repair Company Alcohol Cleaner
• Leather Repair Company Application Sponge
• Leather Repair Company Special Terry Towel.
• Leather Repair Company Restoration Leather Re-Colouring Balm
• Leather Repair Company Premium Protection Cream
• Leather Repair Company Leather Repair Kit
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Bentley Mulsanne: Trabalho Manual (Episódio 4)
Esta e mais notícias em: http://falardecarros.blogspot.com/. O gestor de produção, Mick Alebon é o guia nesta viagem pelo sector de corte e costura do Centro de Excelência da Bentley. Clique no Play e aproveite para caminhar em português.
Installation - Rear Seat Upholstery
If you are restoring a muscle car, you're probably going to have to reupholster the rear seat at some point. Whether changing the color or just freshening up the interior, the rear seat is a pretty straight-forward process. This video will guide you through the process
Young Guns Designs - How to sew Pleats PT2 - Automotive Upholstery
Written Instructions: http://younggunsdesigns.com/how-to-calculate-pleats-post/
www.younggunsdesigns.com - In this video, upholstery master John Pollock demonstrates how to sew in pleats. Watch as he makes this look so simple. For more information on Young Guns Designs services, visit their website at www.younggunsdesigns.com.
DIY- How To Paint Your Car Interior In 10 Steps
1. a. Prep Clean Part With Warm Soapy Water
b. Prep Wet Sand With 800-1000 Grit Sandpaper
c. Let The Part Compelety Dry For A Hour
2. a. First Coat Of Primer Make It Light
b. Second Coat Of Primer Make It Meduim
c. Last Coat Of Primer Make It Heavy But Watch For Runs
3. a. Sand The Primer With 800-1000 Grit
4 a. First Coat of Paint Make It Very Light Just Enough To Make Spots Hold Can 12 Inchs Away From Part
b. Second Coat Of Paint Make It Light After This Is Done You Should Still See The Color Of The Primer
c. Thrid Coat Swipe Paint Across The Part And Now You Should See No Primer
d. Fourth Coat To Etc. Coats Swipe Paint Across Paint Lightly
5. a. Clear Coat Stage Spot Your Clear On Your Part Lightly
b. Repeat Atleast 5 Times After The First Coat You Can Spray A Little Thicker
6. a. Extra Stage You Can Grab You Some Good Wax And Put It On Thick To Protect Your Part Better
7. a. Designs Or Logos- You Can Apply A Smily Face Sticker On A white Piece
b. Paint That Part Black
c. Remove The Sticker And The Face Will Be White
d. Look On Google For Logos Or Letters
e. Print And Razor Blade The Logo or Letters Out
8. a. Tips- Wait Atleast 10 Mintues In Between Coats
b. Tips- Do NOT Move The Part After Painted
c. Tips- Shake Can Before Use And Clear After Use
9. a. TroubleShooting- Clear Is Dull= The Weather Is To Hot or Cold Need Between 70-80 Degress
b. TroubleShooting- Paint Is Running= Your Holding The Can To Close To the Part
c. TroubleShooting- Paint Cracked or Bubbled= The Part Was Wet
d. TroubleShooting- A Bug, Dust, Or Grass Fall On My Fresh Paint= Let Cure A Full Day And Wet Sand With 1000 Grit
10.a. Curing The Paint- Wait Atleast 4-5 Days After Last Coat Of Clear Is Appiled
b. CUring The Paint- Make Sure It Is In A Warm Area