if it is vynil then take it to an upolstry place and have them melt a little vynil patch in the cut and it will smooth out. You can often hide the patch even further by using a little vynil dye and evening out the finish.quote:
actually, i'm pretty sure it IS vinyl. there's a mesh backer behind it that for some reason wasn't cut, so that's good i guess. i think the easiest solution would be to pull the vinyl up exposing the back and to shmear some crazy glue on it and see what happens. thanks for the advice guys. the obstacle will be making sure my finger isn't permanently glued to my seat.
shoe goo can fix anything duct tape can't.quote:
no crazy glue. when you put it on fabric it does become brittle and as it flexes it cracks and shatters. find either some E6000 or goop most autoshops here sell an automotive goop. they are esentialy the same thing, clear and rubbery. i would make a patch from something and apply it to the inside of the seat with that stuff
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