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Acura DA Seat Foam Repair1

Acura DA Seat Foam Repair1

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Instructions for repairing DA Integra seat foam
TOOLS NEEDED-3M ALL PURPOSE SPRAY ADHESIVE (FOUND AT ALL HARDWARE AND AUTO PART STORES)-SHARP UTILITY BLADE, SHARP SCISSORS- -MASKING TAPE 2” OR 3”-SMALL PLASTIC BRUSHANY QUESTIONS PLEASE EMAILOCDANK1980@YAHOO.COM 
 
Fig.1Fig.2Here we have a taken apart 1993 Acura Integra seat. Follow our previous instructions of how to take apart the seat to get tothis point. As you can see on Fig.1 and 2 one side the foam is completely gone and metal frame is exposed. These are one of the worst but can still be restored to oem shape. First step to insure proper adhesion and repair is to clean areas where foamis worn down with a plastic brush. Do it so as to remove any loose foam particles. If metal frame is exposed and is rustedplease clean off rust with wire brush or sand paper. Then spray metal frame not foam with any color paint so as to seal baremetal, please allow 1 hour to cure before proceeding.
 
Here we will start with the bottom seat cushion. In Fig.3 you can clearly see that foam is missing, now that the area is clear of any loose foam you can begin repairing and filling. With the provided foam, you can roughly cut out a shape that will fitinside the gap as in Fig.5. Please be aware that if the hole is big you will have to layer the repair foam so as to achieve rigidityand durability.Fig.3 Fig.4Fig.5 Fig.6In Fig.6 you can clearly see that the metal frame is peeking through the foam. To make this repair durable and too make surefoam stays in place a slit has to be made in the section of foam as shown in Fig.7 and 8Fig.8Fig.7
 
 Fig.9 Fig.10Now spray adhesive to both seat and foam section Fig.9 (please note; glue has to be allowed to tack or to allow exposureto air to become sticky before joining both pieces) Now position slit of foam so that seat frame sits in foam. This willprevent foam from moving and allow other pieces of foam to stay on firmly.Fig.12Fig.11Fig.13 Fig.14Now cut another piece to layer on the bottom one Fig.11. Spray glue on both areas Fig.12, allow to tack and then apply to seatfoam Fig13. Use more foam until gaps and worn down areas have been filled in. They do not have to be perfect seat sleevesprovided will finish and smooth it out for you. If seat has flared use masking tape so that foam can stay in place Fig.14. Let gluecure for about 30 minutes. While you wait, start with the backrest cushion.

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