Genuine leather is a wonderful product. It looks good, it flatters the skin and it is extremely versatile. But at some point the ravages of time gnaw at leather too. Frequent use simply causes signs of wear or damage: This applies to car seats and steering wheel covers as well as to sofas and armchairs in the living room. When used outdoors, leather is also exposed to a wide range of weather conditions and strong UV radiation. Good examples are the seats of motorcycles or open sports boats. Luckily, QUIXX has the Leather & Vinyl Repair Set for black surfaces as a cheap do-it-yourself alternative to expensive repairs at the saddler. The surface rescuers from Neuried near Munich offer the product "made in Germany" at an attractive price of 22,95 euros.
Leather & Vinyl Repair Kit
As the name suggests, the leather & vinyl repair set from QUIXX not only helps to keep leather in shape. Small cracks or holes can also be easily repaired in smooth plastic surfaces, for example in car interiors. Typical of QUIXX is the simple and quick application of the product.
Do-it-yourself made easy: Unpack and get started
Particularly practical: the all-inclusive set contains everything you need for the application. This includes a tube of black leather paint, a bottle of leather cleaner, a sponge, a spatula, fine 2000-grit sandpaper, a sanding block, leather sealer, disposable gloves, a microfibre cloth and a piece of fabric to fill any holes. The detailed instructions explain step-by-step how do-it-yourself craftsmen use the leather & vinyl repair kit correctly. The helpful video tutorial also shows what this looks like in practice.
High-quality product and easy application ensure value retention
The leather & vinyl repair set was developed by the QUIXX repair professionals. With the do-it-yourself set, minor damage can be repaired easily and inexpensively. It also supports the sustainable value retention of the treated item. With the QUIXX Leather & Vinyl Repair Set, unsightly wear and tear on steering wheels, seats and many other surfaces are quickly a thing of the past.
The application at the seat
The application on the steering wheel
The following note is essential: For safety reasons, tuningblog recommends all repair, inspection and maintenance work exclusively to be carried out in a specialist workshop! Although our information is summarized to the best of our knowledge and belief, we cannot assume any liability for the content. All information is therefore "without guarantee".
Of course, that wasn't the end of it!
In this tuningblog category there are guides and instructions for common defects/repairs on the vehicle and for installing accessories/tuning parts. Our articles explain in a simple way common defects and the corresponding repairs and they also explain how the first signs of a defect become noticeable. In most cases, we also have initial clues to the repair instructions in our repair instructions approximate costs listed. The goal of ourAuto Repair Guide“ is to create a head start in knowledge for the next visit to the workshop with initial tips. This may save you from tedious troubleshooting and you may even be able to do small things yourself. The same applies, of course, to the installation of accessories/tuning parts. Here, too, we would like to help with the implementation with instructions and tips. There are many other posts on this as well. Below is an excerpt of the last and HERE there are all previous instructions.