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Doric Gray Interior on 911 SC Weissach - dye needed

The Doric Gray leather seats and interior in my 911 SC Weissach needs some dye treatment. Has anybody ordered a perfectly matching re-dye set from one of the usual providers, and how was the experience? It seems that many Weissach owners in the past have switched to Gray Beige or similar colors. That looks great, but I would rather keep the original color. Unfortunately I dont have a patch of Doric Gray leather to spare for sending to one of the providers.

Same question re the Burgundy piping. Any source which worked well?

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You should be able to obtain an adequate sample of your original color by removing a door panel, rear quarter or parcel shelf to send out for exact match (Leatherique, etc.).
It only requires about a square inch.
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These guys will have the dye code and mix an exact water based formula. You can spray it yourself with a touch up gun. They mixed carpet dye for me and it was exact to the area under the seats that never saw the sun.


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Thanks, A rear seat cushion, which happened to be loose, will serve as the color sample.
Which company provides the best product for freshening up the exisiting color? Rather refreshing than repainting. It should remain a car seat with history, but without damages. I am not the concours guy - if that makes any sense.
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