With an industrial sized lint roller I'm sure.It's a trip. Saw a Lambo wrapped in it (and of course its purple) at a car show. I can't imagine what it looks like now or how they even detail it...
Well I wasn't going to but now that I know about them... Although, a Google search turned up JPM Coachworks which apparently shut it doors a few years back. Unless you know something I don't, which you usually do.Much easier way is Alcantara from JPcoachworks in the non backed material. Don't you dare do this before I do. LOL
Correct, JPM coachworks is no longer around, which is too bad, I had a couple quality pieces from them for my BRZ, although I doubt they would have done a whole dash piece unless you were local to them (if you're in SoCal, check out https://www.instagram.com/sweidit/ He's done a couple of alcantara pieces for me and they were pretty good, but again, not sure about a whole dash).Well I wasn't going to but now that I know about them... Although, a Google search turned up JPM Coachworks which apparently shut it doors a few years back. Unless you know something I don't, which you usually do.
@BigFatFlip I saw the YouTube videos, looks simple enough. Worst part is the dash and I think I'm going to be taking it out regardless so I can properly run the wiring that the dealer ****ed up.
I was considering it since I'll have the dash out anyway and the glare from the Air 80 tint I did gets pretty gnarly sometimes. I'm just curious because as you said there's no real good way to clean it, so durability wise if I run a vacuum over it, how much nylon fiber am I releasing into the air? Since the dash is not usually a touched area, I imagine the nap won't get squashed anytime soon. I also wonder if it reduces the VOC outgassing.
@320icar That's a great idea I haven't considered. I'll have to plot a wrap, then compare.