Green Lining

Discussion in 'Interiors, Seating, Lining' started by totallyrocks, 10 Jul 2018.

  1. totallyrocks

    totallyrocks New Member

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    Hi, does anyone out there make a green 4 way stretch lining? thanks
     
  2. Chrisfraser05

    Chrisfraser05 Senior Member VIP Member T6 Legend

    if you do this I really want to see pics!!!
     
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  3. Mickymiff

    Mickymiff Member T6 Pro

    Im after some aswell
     
  4. Fish

    Fish Senior Member VIP Member T6 Legend

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    Can you buy the polar colour and dye it yourself to the chosen colour?
     
  5. totallyrocks

    totallyrocks New Member

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    You cannot dye lining carpet as its basically plastic and gets its colour from the minerals added, no dye will stick or be absorbed.
     
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  6. Fish

    Fish Senior Member VIP Member T6 Legend

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    Wool?
     
  7. Dieseldonkey

    Dieseldonkey 150 DSG Shuttle Conversion VIP Member T6 Guru

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    If it's plastic, would that vinyl dye not work. It appeared the other day in another thread somewhere. Results looked good.

    VinylDye.co.uk
     
  8. Ads_Essex

    Ads_Essex Senior Member VIP Member T6 Guru

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    I can’t say I’ve tried it but yes, I think it would.

    Give me a few days and I’ll try some black on a small piece for you.
     
  9. Ads_Essex

    Ads_Essex Senior Member VIP Member T6 Guru

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    Sorry for the delay.

    I’ve sprayed a small piece of grey carpet with black Vinyl Dye spray-paint and it’s held up to being given a scratch and rub.. you can feel the paint on the carpet (a bit like when you’ve ironed over a velcro strip and it’s no longer soft) but it covers ok.

    I think VinylDye offer a money-back guarantee if you don’t like it, so maybe it’s worth ordering the colour you want and giving it a go on some spare carpet.
     
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  10. algled

    algled New Member VIP Member

    It's not 4-way stretch but... I went to visit Exploria a couple of weeks ago and they are doing really nice lining in faux-wool tweed herringbone pattern. Looks top class - you can see a beige version of it in the first pics here: Camper van line outs gallery1
    (In their sample book they had x3 greens: sage, camouflage and willow)
     

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