Question about 1990 Ford Bronco
I used a vinyl spray for seats and trim on a boat. I was just spraying a different shade of yellow over the original yellow. It stuck well to the surface but it was sticky forever and attracted dirt and the dirt stuck to it.
If you can get hold of the people the Dealers call to repair Cigarette burns on seats and carpets, they could tell you about different products. I would not recommend the stuff I bought through J.C. Whitney.
Going from light to dark is possible, but I do not think you can go from a dark color to a light one.
I do believe you can get some new carpet through J.C. Whitney. If you need a little work on the seats you can have an Upholstery shop put in a different color insert and two-tone the seats to tie the colors together. When they pull the seats it would be simply for them to change out the carpet.
If the two-tone worked for you, then you may not want to fool with the headliner. I used to handle the new boxed Headliners at Ford. Even with the box, they were a pain.
Good Luck to you, I did not like my experience with the spray products.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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