|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||SP962|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SP962|
|OEM Part Number||SP962|
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VHT SP962 Vinyl Dye Red Can - 11 oz.
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- Restores or changes the color of any vinyl upholstery
- Ideal for use on stiff or pliable vinyl, simulated leather or plastic
- High metallic formula assures tight seals on cork, paper and metal gaskets
- Careful preparation is essential and all traces of dirt, silicone products, vinyl, rubber protectants, oils and greases must be removed
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Do note that this stuff is not a paint, but dye in an aerosol can. It sprays on just like you would with spray paint, and following the directions it goes on pretty nicely, although it will "spit" and refuse to spray at an angle when you're getting low. After brushing the carpet back to spray both sides of the grain as indicated in the directions, it looks like new. On the car seats themselves, a couple light coats do the trick and it adheres nicely to the seat belts. Another review I found said they used only 2 cans for their project-- I bought 2 going into it, but needed 4-5 cans to do all the seats, carpeting, fabric door panels, ceiling, etc. the way I wanted. It's not the cheapest aerosol around, but it does look pretty darn good when you're done, so I guess the investment is worthwhile! No more evidence of stains!
My only gripe worth mentioning is that while it says it can adhere to your dashboard, when it is sprayed it doesn't look like it penetrates all the way, leaving a crackled finish. I recommend using an alternative spray paint in this case; I used a Valspar variety (with primer and enamel for before and after) at Lowe's and it looks wonderful.
Pros: Really does work much better than spray paint for vinyl seats. No issues with any of the cans i bought not working. When prepared properly, the dye holds up remarkably, ive tried to scratch it with rough items and it is doable, but very difficult.
Cons: When people say to not try to use it on days where its cold or hot, they mean it, i've been forced to wait til winter is over to finish spraying my seats because the quality is noticeably worse when the temperature drops. A good amount of preparation is required, i tried it both ways, a quick rubbing of the surface you're planning to paint with sandpaper then acetone is unfortunately a must for best results.
Notes: The dye does not bond well to some plastic areas in my car, more heavy duty plastics required a lot more spraying and scratched a lot easier, i would recommend an acrylic paint for any problem areas. The blue on the cap is really the blue you'll get, it was not influenced at all by the surface i was painting, i expected it to act more like fabric dye and blend slightly producing a daker color, but whether i sprayed something beige or something black, it covered it up and ended up the same shade. Lastly, i didn't want to list this as a con, as its probably just me not having enough experience, but the cans don't have as much in them as i would expect, to do just my back seat area its taken me 3 cans so far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Could have been a user error but I didn't really like how this product came outPublished 12 hours ago by Billy Ocean
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Dye doesn't penetrate deeply into plastic. Works well as a regular spray paint, but does not "dye" the plastic itself as advertised.Published 11 days ago by Dave
Revised review : After being so happy I find this product simply does not dye the carpet as advertised . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda
Applied to a GPU shroud to match the colors of the rest of my build. Looks awesome, but you've got to be patient and use thin coats.Published 2 months ago by Nate