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Cigarette burns

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by Davidbee1, 30 Jul 2002.

This topic originated from the How to page called Cigarette burns.

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    I have a few cigarette burns on the seat of my car it is cloth gray uplostery nad need to know how to fix it. Would be very happy with info on this. Thank you very much Bonnie Baker
     
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    I also have three cigarette burns in on red uplostery of my car. I would like to sell it soon so I would like to know what to do about them.
     
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    Camouflage is the best way to deal with a cigarette burn. Remove as many of the burned fibers as you can, either with tweezers or a pair of cuticle scissors. Snip some clean fibers from an out of the way spot and glue them into the hole with white glue or fabric glue. Allow the area to dry thoroughly for 24 hours.

     
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    this method worked really well for me. Thank you so much for suggesting such an obvious solution.
     

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