Thin Tear/Rip Back Seat Leather

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need some help fam.

I dont even know how i did this. But i made a very thin tear on the leather of the back seat and im so disappointed and heartbroken.

How can i repair this? Or do i need to have the seat entirely redone?

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need some help fam.

I dont even know how i did this. But i made a very thin tear on the leather of the back seat and im so disappointed and heartbroken.

How can i repair this? Or do i need to have the seat entirely redone?

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I’d let a professional handle a tear like that. My leather set got scratched up after someone broke into my Jeep, and the repair shop did their best by spray painting it up, but I didn’t like the result so I had them replace my entire seat cover, which is around $200 + labor.

OR, you can always toss another seat cover on top and cover that up.
 
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I’d let a professional handle a tear like that. My leather set got scratched up after someone broke into my Jeep, and the repair shop did their best by spray painting it up, but I didn’t like the result so I had them replace my entire seat cover, which is around $200 + labor.

OR, you can always toss another seat cover on top and cover that up.
Just any car repair shop?

Its the small seat in the back, driver side. So literally the smallest portion of leather.
 

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Just any car repair shop?

Its the small seat in the back, driver side. So literally the smallest portion of leather.
Collision shops and dealers usually have professionals to handle stuff like this.

The replacement cover probably cost around $100 then.
 
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