Mine came out excellent as well.
Are your wrinkles in the leather or suede? I didn't really have any except for near the headrest and that's in the suede. Those probably won't go away. With the leather you can steam it or just put it in and use it and steam it later if needed. Also did you use new foam?how did you guys take out the wrinkles/fold that came from factory did you let them hang for a few days or use a steamer or something ?
I ask cause I have like 3 wrinkles and I used the same TMI seat covers
It's tough to get wrinkles out of the suede as it doesn't stretch and all. Only way is resew the area or sometimes adding a small layer of foam in the area, glue and shape it is another potential way of getting rid of the wrinkles.I did not use new foam the old foam was very well in tact Truck only had 40k miles a 1999 hardly used
I didnt have any. And didnt have a steamer. I just pulled and banged the cover with my hand as I pulled it.how did you guys take out the wrinkles/fold that came from factory did you let them hang for a few days or use a steamer or something ?
Wow! That looks great. I am a pretty handy dude but hesitate to get into something like this. The Lightning seats don't seem to last me as long as I would like. The suede stuff gets chafed. This is encouraging though.
My JDM land cruiser seats do the same thing. It sucksAnother way is to use a cheap fuzz ball electric razor and then a two or three blade razor. The reason I did my seats was not from the suede, but the leather cracked. The leather split at around 180k miles. The suede was showing wear of course, but still in ok shape.
I did that at first and it made a huge improvement. Other than the expense, the new TMI covers along with a new carpet made my interior look like new.2000 grit sand paper and a few minutes.