Category Archives: Leather Care

UF Launches Training Events for Detailers & Car Care Enthusiasts

UF is pleased to announce a partnership with industry-leading car care product and detailing tool manufacturers to bring a series of training events to their Brands Hatch Detailing Studio in Kent. Each individually tailored event will address specific car care subjects including machine polishing, leather care and repair, general maintenance and ceramic coating care and application. Initially designed […]

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Restoring An Iconic British Motoring Legend – The Lotus Carlton

The Vauxhall Lotus Carlton outwardly looks like a standard family saloon. However, the Lotus designation indicates this model has been upgraded by Lotus to be a 177 mph (285 km/h) sports saloon with impressive acceleration capabilities that equalled the supercars of the era. Outwardly there is little to distinguish it from the standard Vauxhall Carlton […]

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Paint And Leather Restoration For A Timeless Aston Martin DB9

When you love your car, seeing the damage inflicted by regular use, especially when it’s unprotected, can be upsetting as well as impacting on the potential resale value. The owner of this 2005 Aston Martin DB9 was in just that situation: the Onyx metallic black paintwork was covered in wash swirls and other blemishes, whilst […]

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Leather Restoration On A 2006 Porsche 997 Carrera S

Often, when it comes to protecting a vehicle, attention focuses primarily on the exterior of the car: the paintwork, the wheels, the trim. However, no matter how impressive the exterior, the interior has the potential to let the overall picture down – an important factor to consider, particularly when considering resale value. This 2006 Porsche […]

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Aston Martin DB6 Vantage Regains Its ‘Best of Show’ Status

The DB6 was the grand tourer Aston Martin introduced to replace the famous DB5. Improved aerodynamics and upgraded specifications gave the DB6 a measurable edge over its predecessor. Still instantly recognisable as a close relation to the DB5, the DB6 featured, amongst other things, a longer wheel base and a truncated, K-tail incorporated into the rear […]

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