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    Default Bicast - Meltzer- Very worn welts,

    Roger, this lounge cushion is in good shape except for the welting around it. We cleaned, hydrated and fat liquored. Then applied Impregnator several times after it dried. It is very rough and I want to repair it.
    How should we proceed?

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    >>> It is very rough and I want to repair it. How should we proceed?

    1- Remove remnants of the finishes clean by Razor-60 or equivalent.
    2- Sanding with a Dremel mini grinder for easier control to smooth out the roughness.
    3- Adhesor-73 used.
    4- Primary ‘opaque’ matching Micro-54
    5- Secondary ‘transparent’ matching Aniline-76
    6- AnilineTop-76G (gloss or satin) to match.
    7- Protector-B/B+ to reduce wear now and during routine or periodic care

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    Roger, under closer inspection, I the welt was made out of vinyl, it looks like fabric where the top coat is worn off. Can I fix this with your products?
    Last edited by chet; 09-14-2015 at 09:58 AM.

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    Use Bond-3D to disguise the fabric texture prior to Adhesor-73.

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