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Stories, articles and blogs covering some of the things we do at New Again and providing helpful answers, advice and information.

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Leather Car Seat Restoration (Audiogram)

Dec
09
2020

Do you have some wear on your leather seat, maybe a scuff? Wondering if it can be repaired or refurbished? In this article we'll explain trimming and connollising and how your leather car seats can be repaired.

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Leather Car Seat and Carpet Repairs

Dec
08
2020

This was a car that had a scuff on the leather seat bolster and a hole in the carpet. The car was due to be returned to the lease company at the end of it's lease and came to us for an inspection.

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What to do if you find water in your car

Oct
19
2020

If your car has mould in it, chances are there will be water in it. If the car has steamed up windows then possibly there is water under the carpet somewhere.

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Porsche Detailing/Restoration 2005-2019

Jul
22
2020

This Porsche Carrera came to us for Modern Car Restoration, it had some rust on the rear end and required some quite serious bodywork. But that's not what's interesting about this Porsche!

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Aston-Martin Vantage Modern Car Restoration

Jul
19
2020

A behind the scenes look at the kind of work we do at New Again in Modern Car Restoration. This car has been sitting in storage for five years and is in need of some attention.

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