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#1 (permalink) Old 04-24-2012, 08:49 PM
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Blue Piping how to stick? Adhesive? Advice? also anyone ever used Colorbond in their interior? Does it look nice? Does it last?

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1. I have blue piping in the door, and also where the sides of the bucket seats meet the plastic backing. It's just tucked in there but it moves out sometimes when I sit down. I'd like to stick it in their more permanently. I tried a double sided tape, but it didnt want to stick to plastic well at all. What would work for this?

2. I love black interiors in muscle cars. i saw the linkg to Colorbond on here Colorbond Restore or change color of vinyl, leather, carpet, plastics or metal. however I havent seen any 3rd party videos on youtube or anyone on here who has tried it. I would do it if it works....has anyone seen it done properly in any car? link with pics or vid?

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I used instant cement sparingly to put gray piping in my door inserts. May have used in four spots max - at each end and a couple of places in the middle. No problems at all. Haven't used Colorbond.

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what kind of instant cement? how long has it been holding? the pipe is nice tight and straight? i just bought some clear RTV silicone i think its called, havent used it yet. thanks for the reply.

wish someone knew abou the colorbond stuff too.

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I used instant cement sparingly to put gray piping in my door inserts. May have used in four spots max - at each end and a couple of places in the middle. No problems at all. Haven't used Colorbond.
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Here is my piping. I just tucked it in there, I do not think glueing will help on the seat backs due to the flexing that occures. Good luck!
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Are you talking about the side of the seat, or the back?

I haven't had any problems with it popping out, but I don't have it on the side of the seat, just the door and the seat back.
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That looks cool - what are you guys using as the piping?
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what kind of instant cement? how long has it been holding? the pipe is nice tight and straight? i just bought some clear RTV silicone i think its called, havent used it yet. thanks for the reply.

wish someone knew abou the colorbond stuff too.

The piping wouldn't stay in place in a couple of spots so I trimmed the tail, for lack of a better word, then used a drop of Krazy Glue. It's been a few months and still looks great.

Bought the piping here

Vinyl Welt Cord Piping by the Yard Boat Upholstery

You'll have a ton left over if doing just door inserts but this is still a cheap mod.
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I saw this my first day on the boards and thought it was a pretty cool and easy mod..... Well I have been thinking about it and settled myself on neon/lime green and now for the life of me can't find it... Anyone know where I can find a vinyl welt piping?
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You can get it on ebay too, a little more $$, but no minimum yardage.
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