|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.1 x 5.9 x 7.7 inches|
|Item model number||25247|
|Manufacturer Part Number||25247|
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Permatex 25247 Fabric Repair Kit
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- Repairs automobile upholstery, carpet, clothing and furniture
- Kit contains 7 cups fabric repair compound in assorted colors, 2 cups fabric air dry adhesive, screen applicator, application spatula, mixing bottle and instruction card with color matching chart
- Matches popular colors and textures
- Suggested Applications: Automotive and home fabric upholstery and carpet, clothing
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The piece of canvas is about 3"x3" (as is the mesh) and you will probably have to use it if you are trying to repair a hole or burn. You trim it to a size just a bit smaller than the hole you are patching. Tuck it in underneath the edges. Then you are ready for the fun part.
Before you try you interior you want to practice. And practice. The fabric-to-glue ratio is very tricky. And at the end of the day you still might end up with an area that looks like you spilled a glob of glue on your car.
Which is why I say, take a look at your damage and if you are really needed a repair, go to a professional. If a small glob of glue somewhere in your car doesn't bother you (hey, at least it's not a hole) then go for it.
This kit comes with small containers filled with colored fabric fibers, fabric glue, and a mixing ball. Also present are a filter screen, cloth backing(for larger holes only), glue application stick, and color matching guide*.
Using the color guide and the end of the clean application stick(i.e. no glue), add small amounts of the colored fibers, according to the color guide, to the mixing ball container and mix. If you find that you followed the guide and the color does not look right, attempt to add additional amounts of one of the colors and re-mix. If you cannot get the color right within two or three tries, you should probably START OVER! When you are happy with the color, proceed to prepping your hole. All that really needs to be done here is to make sure the hole is flat and that no loose fibers are sticking out, use scissors or a sharp razor blade. Apply the glue with the application stick, being VERY CAREFUL TO NOT USE TOO MUCH GLUE. You need to use just enough glue to cover the hole flat. Then take your color-matched fibers and filter screen and hover above your hole. place the fibers on the screen and tap them out over the hole. No need to make it complex...just tap it out any way you can as long as it goes through the hole, but do not add too many extra fibers. Use the clean end of the applicator to press the fibers flat down against the hole. If your fabric has any kind of texture, let the glue dry for 10 minutes and come back and use the sides of the application tool to shape the glue.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The instructions are fairly simple. You need to really be patient on mixing fabric colors and use very small amounts to start. The problem was with the glue. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by Steven Agans
Didn't work as well as we had hoped, but that could be due to user error. Still looks better than the cigarette burn holes that came with the used car we got for our daughter.Published 20 hours ago by Jennifer
This product saved my sofa. I had a burn hole in my micro fiber suede sofa. I tried another repair kit, but the clear adhesive would bleed into the sofa, making fairly large ring... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Sandra Steele Ries
Worked better than I thought it would. Had some worn down spots where my belt must have been rubbing the lower back part of the seat as I got it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by The Doctor
I cannot believe how well this stuff works. I already bought 5 more just to have them stocked for the next emergency repair. Read morePublished 1 month ago by allthingselec