As far as preventing new cracks, get some armor-all and soak the hell out of the seat. Get a nice good coat on the vinyl, then let it sit, dont let anyone sit in the seat for at least a day, then coat it again. Thatll moisten it up and help protect against the sun. AS far as fixing the rips already there, I dunno, but let me know what you find out, cause Ive got a few myself.
NO ARMOR ALL! that stuff is bad for you. bad bad bad.<p>to really get it feeling better use this <A HREF="http://www.ipdusa.com/ProductsCat.aspx?CategoryID=276&NodeID=2601&RootID=629" TARGET="_blank">http://www.ipdusa.com/Products...D=629</A><p>For more information on this and really any car detailing look at this <A HREF="http://www.guidetodetailing.com/articles.php?articleId=11" TARGET="_blank">http://www.guidetodetailing.co...Id=11</A><p>hope this helps. Id also call a local upholstery shop and ask them how they repair vinyl
no, its not THAT bad, i just really dislike it after it made my dash sticky and wierd. now all i use is mothers, but if i could afford vinylex id use it. the wipes are much better then the spray, and the leather wipes work quite well, especially on perferated (sp?) leather, like on jaguar x-type sports, cadillac escalades, nissan 350Z's...... well pretty much anything my parents will buy.<p>i will say this, soaking anything in armor all is bad for YOU, not the seats. it makes them ALOT more slick,erego you slam on the brakes and if you arent wearing a seatbelt you will hit the steering wheel. <p>as for repairing cracks that are already present, i believe they have things for this similar to glipstik for leather. id even try glipstik on vinyl.
<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>Camyman</b> »</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote"><p>as for repairing cracks that are already present, i believe they have things for this similar to glipstik for leather. id even try glipstik on vinyl.</TD></TR></TABLE><p><br>Glipstik pen/stain remover is the fast and effective way to reove tough stains such as pen/ink marks, scuff marks, crayon, lipstick and mascara from leather and vinyl.<p>It closes gaps too?
......grrrr i swear thats what it was called.... let me check something<p><br>......ok well i was wrong. i dont know where i got glipstik, but theres this stuff in a tube that looks like a gluestick that can repair damaged vinyl. anywhere you will have better luck with this im sure...<p><A HREF="http://www.leatherique.com/products.htm" TARGET="_blank">http://www.leatherique.com/products.htm</A> - go to the crack filler. this might work.<p>i also found this. <A HREF="http://www.leatherworldtech.com/ProductInfo.aspx?productid=lw765" TARGET="_blank">http://www.leatherworldtech.co...lw765</A><p>good luck!