Added by on 2016-06-07

TheCousinDan shows you how to recover a dashboard with new vinyl. Restore old cars and trucks with this handy skill! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to recover a frisbee off your neighbor's roof (the easy way)Vinyl Digital Printed Logo on Tent Roof – City Textiles138T Shingle Recover VideoSPR Single Ply Recover for flat roofsTPO recover – initial roof assessmentDIY Vinyl Fence Post Hanging Planter Boxes

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20 Comments

  • nanocalp 4 years ago

    Duuuude post which exact vinyl leather you bought please!

  • Muzafar Qadir 4 years ago

    thanks alot good job realy

  • Wouter Droeshaut 4 years ago

    Hey man!
    I repaired my Renault Megan with your tricks.
    Now he looks brand new again.
    Tnx a lot man!

  • Cool Car Video 4 years ago

    Nice Job!!!

  • chetty mo 4 years ago

    nice damn job!!!

  • choochootrayn 4 years ago

    When I first started watching, I'll admit I was thinking this was going to be some driveway hack job. Nice job, major props to you!

  • Dawud D 4 years ago

    looks fking awesome good job

  • vigoshaw 4 years ago

    What kind of glue did you use?

  • Alsondos 2005 4 years ago

    good job thank you
    how much leather we need to cover the dashboard
    greeting to you again

  • Jeffrey Nelson 4 years ago

    Nice. I may try that with my '60 Caddie.

  • Joseph Dunn 4 years ago

    Great instructional!

  • Jerk Jiggler 4 years ago

    good job dude, looks great!!

  • My Damn Channel 4 years ago

    Looks good man.

  • how fitting that its on a 944! i just got myself one and there's a crack on the dash, gonna use this tutorial!

  • Paul Cooper 4 years ago

    thanks for the post it will help me with my door arm rest of my 98 concorde

  • Omario Douglas 4 years ago

    i like it.. i wish i can find someone that can work it all out like this

  • NISSAN ZX 4 years ago

    Hello that glue that you are using where can i buy it to fix my dashboard ?

  • lucky jjiim 4 years ago

    Nice! You make it look easy.

  • Tony Hickson 4 years ago

    good result

  • aalewis98 4 years ago

    Much easier to remove the dash from the car. Good job though!