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I have a seat that is leather on the side and velour on the top that is sun faded kind of a purple color(lots of jokes from the guys at work). Does anyone know of a way to color this fabric without having to worry about having the color bleed back onto my seat. I went to the local fabric store they suggested using real paint the fabric dye that they carry they said will bleed.



By the way the guys at work all ride those over priced loud in the shop more than on the road HD's(I won't even let them park to a real bike).:action:
 

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Hi Old Friend,



I know several people that have used this product, one of them on a boat seat which takes a kicking from all the salt water we have around here. From what I have seen it works extremely well.



http://www.duplicolor.com/products/vinyl.html



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I used Sem Color Coat to black out the flames on my gunfighter seat. So far so good.
 

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Hey Electro Cat,



The last time I seen that here (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada) it was about $15.00 a can.



There is a gentleman by the name of Andy at http://www.straightwings.com that loves the SEM stuff as well.



I am not sure what you have in your area.



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$15 is about right. It's holding up well so far, but I don't sit on that part.
 
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