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Old 04-08-2018, 09:07 PM   #1
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I just refinished my vinyl seat covers on my Maxum 2400. Eighteen year old vinyl. Seams were all good but covering looked bad , were stained in places and couldn't be cleaned to look good. I googled refinishing vinyl seats and found a video of a person using a vinyl spray paint from Rustoleum. You have to order a six pack of spray (I used all six cans). The spray job was easy except for removing the seats from the boat. (bolts were ss but the nuts inserted in wood were not ss) The new coating is flexible and the seats look new. Five or six thin coats with about 10 or 15 min between coats.
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Old 04-08-2018, 09:55 PM   #2
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Sounds nice can you post some pictures so we can see how it looks?
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Yes sir, please post some pics!!! I would like to try this on some of my seats as I will be slowly recovering the whole boat (also 18 years old) would love to see your results.


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Old 04-16-2018, 09:41 PM   #4
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i HAVE USED A PRODUCT CALLED SEM MARINE PAINT DID MY SEATS LAST YEAR AND THEY LOOK GREAT
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Do not have a pic, however, the seats look new and feel new. Google repainting vinyl boat seats and find the youtube video. I put on six thin coats and it covered all mildew damage. I ordered a six pack of spray from Home Dep.
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Do not have a pic, however, the seats look new and feel new. Google repainting vinyl boat seats and find the youtube video. I put on six thin coats and it covered all mildew damage. I ordered a six pack of spray from Home Dep.


Thanks lane2, I did take a look and I think Iím going to give it a try on the piece over the cluster as it is quite toasted to see how it looks. If you hadnít posted I wouldnít have even considered it so thanks again.


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Old 04-19-2018, 12:35 PM   #7
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i would suggest to inquire about using SEM marine spray see them on u tube or the SEM paint website. Use it last year and got great results
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