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SEM Classic Coat Leather and Vinyl Paint Aerosol Black is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Inconsistant Looked Like a great deal. Was trying to change color on leather seat from tan to black. Got some of the leather prep and followed the instructions. Purchased about 5 cans all in all. Things went smoothly for the first few. There were some places in the leather I had to stretch and hold to get Dye down into cracks. These areas seemed to be problematic as the dye peeled and flaked off. I reworked them using a hair dryer to help the drying process. I am not sure what this will be long term. Have not sat in seat for extended period. May work well on stretched vinyl or leather but if you have areas that you need dye to get down into be careful
Date published: 2014-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from became a believer I was always skeptical about using any type of vinyl dye on interior parts. I always bought new door panels and interior trim parts to have the color I wanted. If you prepare the surfaces and take your time applying the color and finishing it off with the clear coat the pieces you dyed come out looking exactly like brand new parts. This product will save you 100s of dollars when you restore your interior. I'm a believer
Date published: 2014-07-29
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can you mach my Mercury Grand Marques interior leather color 3J Vin # 2MEHM75VX7X620742

Asked by: BURK77
Unfortunately we do not have the ability to color match. The only options we have are what is listed on our website.
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2017-11-18

I am wanting to paint the interior door panels on my 87 Jeep. Is this all I need. they are hard plastic.

Asked by: Lionel
You will need to use a Plastic Adhesion Promoter before applying the paint such as: http://www.eastwood.com/adhesion-promoter-aerosol-14-75-net.html
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2017-05-24

I want to paint a steering wheel from a 1958 Chevy pickup that I restored (original plastic and epoxy filler for repairs). Would this be the right product for this application? Would I need to top coat with anything?

Asked by: Apache58
This would be perfect to restore your wheel. No need to top coat.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-04-27

Will the Classic Coat, Leather and Vinyl spray paint work on a plastic dashboard mfg in '76. Would the 52055z be a good prep.

Asked by: tom9
You can use this on plastic as long as you use the Plastic adhesion promoter first. ..
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2017-02-20

What colors do you sell?

Asked by: Babe
This product comes in Black,Tan, Medium Gray, Light Graphite, and Limo Flat Black.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-04-22

Is this a satin mate or gloss?

Asked by: Challinger 34
This material will dry with an "off gloss" finish, not full gloss. Whether it's technically a matte, satin, or flat is difficult to say since everyone's definition of each may differ.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2017-04-22

How many cans of paint and vinyl prep would I need to change color from tan to black on 2 bucket seats?

Asked by: Grey Ghost
On averaged sized bucket seats (2 seats), 1 can of Vinyl Prep and 3 cans of black should be plenty.
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2014-11-14

Is it better to dye or use plastic resurfacer in re doing vinyl parts in a 1969 corvette. The T-top panel insert and some trim pieces need to be redone, the interior is black vinyl

Asked by: axelz
For the interior vinyl parts, you would be better off using the vinyl dyes. http://www.eastwood.com/paints/interior-dyes.html As a heads up while you are working on the interior, one of our R&D engineers gave me a heads up when I restored my father's '69 Corvette that Eastwood Satin Black Wheel paint is a close match for the black on the steering column.
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2017-01-27
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SEM Classic Coat Leather and Vinyl Paint Aerosol Black

Item #12439Z Brand: SEM

Fade-resistant leather and vinyl
coating won't chip or peel

In stock

Only $15.99

Details

Classic Coat is a line of OEM matched aerosols for renewing or restoring leather and vinyl.

  • OEM Recommended
  • Excellent for vinyl and leather
  • Superior adhesion, flexibility and hiding
  • Will not crack
  • Quick drying
  • Simple to use

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Contents

(1) 12 oz SEM Classic Coat Leather and Vinyl Paint Aerosol Black


Instructions

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Safety

Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection when painting. Always use in a well ventilated area away from open flames. Consult MSDS for specific instructions and warnings.


Warranty

Made in USA


Application

Clean surface throughly with a mild soap and water. Allow to dry completely Apply adhesion promoter 52055z for vinyl or 52056z for leather materials. Apply Classic Coat in light mist coats allowing 5-10 minutes between coats. NOTE: Even though it may feel dry to the touch, the substrate should be allowed to cure for 24 hours.


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