Hello, my name is Tony. When I was a small child, I would spend hours taking my toy cars apart to see how they worked. I would take the wheels from one car and put them onto the chassis of another. When I was a little older, my dad would let me help out in his auto repair shop and I learnt a lot of interesting stuff and got to play with his tools. I eventually studied engineering at university and got a job designing cars. I still love to potter around in my garage at the weekend so I decided to start an auto blog to record my adventures.
If the upholstery on your vehicle seats is wearing out, you may want to reupholster it. If you've never done an upholstery project before, there are several mistakes you may want to avoid. Check out this list of things not to do.
1. Don't Use Regular Fabric
Theoretically, you can cover your vehicle seats with any type of material, but you should focus on materials that fight wear and tear. In particular, you should buy upholstery fabric, leather, vinyl or another sturdy material. [Read More]