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Unread 04-28-2013, 02:54 PM   #1
caro1224
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Repair a cigarette burn?

I have seen several older threads about ways to repair a cigarette burn but I wanted some fresh advice. I have a 2010 Liberty with cloth seats that are gray and black. I have two burns on the passenger seat that I need to repair, one the size of a cigarette butt and one really tiny. I would like the cheapest option that still makes it look good as new.. Anyone have a recommendation? Thanks!

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Unread 04-28-2013, 03:41 PM   #2
HSOUSA
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You can do it yourself.

Get yourself a good razor blade and some transparent glue. Apply a tiny dab of glue where the burn is.. Find a part of your cloth seats that is hidden and begin to scrape away some cloth with the razor. With your fingertip dab the stuff you scraped off and stick it on the burn. You will still be able to tell there was a burn there before but it does cover it up some. I did this on my last car and it worked quite well.

Hope this helps.
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Unread 04-30-2013, 11:27 AM   #3
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You can do it yourself.

Get yourself a good razor blade and some transparent glue. Apply a tiny dab of glue where the burn is.. Find a part of your cloth seats that is hidden and begin to scrape away some cloth with the razor. With your fingertip dab the stuff you scraped off and stick it on the burn. You will still be able to tell there was a burn there before but it does cover it up some. I did this on my last car and it worked quite well.

Hope this helps.
Wow, great advice. I'm definitely going to try this
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Unread 05-03-2013, 09:12 AM   #4
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Also, don't smoke (or allow anyone else to smoke) in your Jeep and you won't get cig burns to start with. I am an occasional Cigar smoker myself and I NEVER smoke in my vehicle. Just the smoke itself is enough to wreck the interior of your car,even before you worry about ash burns.
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