Re: [DML] Interior
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Re: [DML] Interior



This may sound ridiculous, but I recently did some vinyl work for some
custom fabrication...  I used black vinyl shower curtain.  The texture
and color were perfect.  It's stretchiness and heat-gun response was
really good too.  And for like $5 at Walmart, it's a decent price for
71"^2.  When I mentioned wanting to pick up some vinyl, a friend who
also has no experience doing upholstery suggested the shower curtain,
so it wasn't my idea.  Furthermore, I have NOT yet tested this in the
sun / heat conditions in a car yet, so I can't yet speak to this
material's durability.

--Greg
#2894

On 10/7/05, Qumefox <qumefox@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> this though. to do pieces such as the rear trim panels, Your best off
> trying to find a vinyl. that doesn't have a fabric backing. This will be
> much more elastic and much easier to mold to all the curves with some
> applied heat.. Normal vinyl is stretchy to an extent as well, but not
> nearly as much.




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