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    Diy flocked dash

    Has anyone ever tried one of the diy flocking kits? How are they to use and what are the results?

    I have a dash that Iím tempted to have a go on.
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    I was tempted to give it a go on my dash, but for a bit more, I got it done properly.
    So glad I got someone else to do it as it looks stunning and I can't fault it.
    Pics because why not.

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    Shite when I used one, nothing like the proper flocking. Could use it on small areas, but I think a complete dash would look terrible with a diy kit


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    Cheers guys, didn’t realise how cheap it is to get done properly
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    There's a company in Nottingham run by someone I used to know that many of my friends have used. FLOC-king. I don't know if they still do it or if they just wholesale kits, but worth a shout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriscooke View Post
    Cheers guys, didnít realise how cheap it is to get done properly
    What sort of price?

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    Around £100 upwards from what I’ve seen mate. Guess it depends on who does it and dashboard size.
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    South West flocking in Bristol are excellent Chris. In partnership with fc.

    http://southwestflocking.co.uk/?LMCL=vqGeAP

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    Flocked dashes are cool. How well does it wear though? Seems like they would attract a lot of dust, are they easy to clean?

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    I hated keeping mind clean. They attract everything.

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    That’s annoying, shame as they look great when they are clean

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    My mate uses ones of these..


    https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-G...ucts/278634054


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