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Fix or Cover up for Cigarette burns?

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    Fix or Cover up for Cigarette burns?

    Befor I catch any flack from you fellas, yes I'm a smoker and I don't give a damn what you think or have to say about that!!

    Now to my question...My dd suffered a couple of burns to the upholstery yesterday and I was wondering if there are any cover ups or fixes for burn holes. The holes are only about the size of a pencil eraser, so they're not terribly noticeable, but I would like to make them disappear somewhat.

    This is my Toyota Corrola that suffered the damage not my GTO, I don't smoke in my baby! :-)!

    Let me know if any of you have any ideas. Thanks in advance.

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    I know summit carries a kit for patching small holes in upholstery, may be worth a shot although iv never used it. Just an idear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetorangess View Post
    I know summit carries a kit for patching small holes in upholstery, may be worth a shot although iv never used it. Just an idear.
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    Thanks!!! I'll have to check that out, it may be worth a shot if the price is right!

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