Discussion in 'Wrenchin' Secrets' started by flynbuick, Nov 16, 2019.
I saw this and thought I would pass it along:
Thanks! I need a new dash pad, but shipping to Australia is the killer. I'm willing to give this technique a go.
Post about your experience with pictures.
Very cool and simple idea, I love it. When I seen that early 80's Porsche dash pad I laughed, cause I have 2 of them and they all crack up exactly like that.
I think this is a much better solution than the stupid dash wraps they sell.
Very cool alternative.
...given variety of materials used, wonder if repair held up under real world conditions...
I kinda wish I had a cracked up dash just to try this method.
I wonder if that would work on our headrests also??
I saw this product advertised on TwoGuysGarage
There was a video but I can't find it. The video showed some good end results but I don't know how it really looks and feels.
I Putty and bondo mine than uses texture paint (SEM) .....looks good but hard not soft