I would like to have your opinion, your advice on the possibilities to catch up on a beige leather interior (VW Corrado) that was badly treated by the previous owner:
- the two front seats have already been recolored but the result is horrible: uneven color, relief (kind of drops), overflow on the plastic trim,...... moreover, the color does not seem the right one, the front seats are excessively lighter than the rear seat and door panels which they (fortunately) were not abused by the previous owner.
- back seat and door panels are very dirty, the color seems to have passed and have some snags
Photos to come.
What would you recommend as a product to catch up with this carnage, both in terms of leather and some black plastic trimmings on which the beige dye has overflowed?
Thank you in advance,
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