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Old 05-14-17, 08:49 PM   #1
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Cool SEM Classic Coat 17293 is a Perfect Match (Toyota Ivory) just an FYI

as the title says. I used SEM 17293 ("toyota ivory" in their Classic Coat line) on my seats and its a dead on match. I saw other posts where some of the members were using a beige shade from the SEM Color Coat line and it was lighter.

carpet was dyed with a different product and those horrendous floor mats are temporary lol


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nice I may use it for other interior parts now

The only thing I don't like about SEM it seems to make the leather not soft anymore
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Oh wow, that's nice.

I read somewhere they changed the color on certain years? I think maybe after 97, went a slight shade darker. Can anyone confirm this?
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mine is a 92- the seats still feel nice and are plenty plush and flexible IMO.
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If you use water based dye instead of alcohol based, it doesnt stiffen the leather. What product did you use for the carpet. I am considering going from beige to black interior since i have to replace a lot of the panels in the car due to them being cracked/worn/broken so i figured might as well change color while im at it, buy the panels that i need in black and dye the rest. Also is there any way to dye the headliner without the glue coming off or does it just have to be rewraped/replaced?
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i used a local companies product to dye the carpet. brand called Technicians Choice from a company in elmhurst IL. cant remember the product # but it was simply called Beige. Ran me about $6.24 a can. I used 4.

not sure about the headliner though. havent really paid any attention to it
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