How do I fix or hide burn marks on a car seat?

by Linda

No hole. Just scorch marks in upholstery. How do I fix or hide it. Faux suede fabric.

  4 answers
  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on Mar 14, 2019

    Use a fingernail brush to brush it back up.

  • Lifestyles Homes Lifestyles Homes on Mar 14, 2019

    If you elect to put color over it, I would first try upholstery shampoo after brushing & vacuuming it a lot, like Kelli wrote.

    It May take 2 shampoo and vac’ing. You don’t want any burn residue to bleed into the paint.

    If it’s still burned, then I’d make a matching color with acrylic artists paints and you’ll need to make several paint chip sample cards and speed dry them with a hairdryer, while keeping track of your wet paint palettes. This is worth your time to do right.

    Paint usually dries darker than wet.

    Then I’d lightly dry brush in the matching paint.

  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Mar 15, 2019

    Have you tried to snip it out with a realy sharp sizer just the burnt part maybe try putting some tape over it and then lift the tape see if it takes the burned parts off

  • V Smith V Smith on Mar 16, 2019

    If it is just scorched maybe you can get it back a little by using a clean cloth with rubbing alcohol.