Do It Yourself Auto Interior Styling with ColorBond

Posted on December 02 2020

Do It Yourself Auto Interior Styling with ColorBond

 

ColorBond products are used everyday to achieve stunning results. Check out some of these do it yourself auto interior styling transformations! We’ve got a cool golf cart restyle too!

Geoff was dealing with a common problem of the Mercedes SLK 320; the rubber coating on the plastic interior components was peeling and looked horrible. The hard part was removing the remaining coating from the dash, console, door panels and other plastic interior trim. The easy part was applying ColorBond LVP Refinisher. Ten light coats brought the interior panels from black to red. Four cans of ColorBond LVP Refinisher were used, along with a can of Adhesion Promoter, and a bottle of Cleaner. The total came to $89.00. A professional interior restoration would have cost thousands.

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Sheri at first wasn’t comfortable with the idea of using paint on the seat of her golf cart, but after coming across an article that demonstrated ColorBond, she decided to give it a try. Sheri says “I’m by no means a professional, but I found the product easy to use and the results are great. It worked so well”. The total cost came to $56.42 which included 1 bottle of Prep Cleaner and 3 cans of LVP Refinisher. To professionally upholster the golf cart, it would have cost several hundred dollars.

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Eric restyled the interior of his Mustang bringing it from a bland tan color to an eye popping black and green combination! Creativity and a steady hand brought his vision to reality. Eight cans of LVP Refinisher were used, and only $120 was spent for this dramatic restyle.

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Anthony wanted to customize his BMW in a way no one else was. So, he decided to paint the grill to match his red leather interior. Using ColorBond LVP Refinisher in the correct OEM BMW Coral Red he achieved great results. “The paint had excellent coverage – I didn’t have to apply many coats like another paint I used. Overall, the job only took a few hours. ColorBond is a product that works as claimed.” Only $16,49 for this restyle.

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Steve owns The Dye Guy, a company he founded in 2007 which specializes in reconditioning leather, vinyl and plastic repair on automobiles, planes, boats and RV’s. To avoid “tiger stripes” on large surfaces Steve prefers to use spray guns to apply LVP Refinisher. So, rather than using the aerosol form he used LVP Refinisher concentrate. “I was skeptical and thought it wasn’t going to look right. But it turned out great and made a big difference.” Says Steve.

Before (top) & After (bottom)

We’d love to see before and after photos of your do it yourself auto interior styling transformation using ColorBond. We regularly feature customer projects on our website and social media. Perhaps your project will be our next feature! Please email photos along with your contact info to info@colorbondpaint.com.

For more information on ColorBond LVP Refinisher click here.

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