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How to fix door handle?

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Have a scratched leather on the door handle. Any ideas if there are leather swatches sold anywhere so that i can just rip damaged leather off plastic handle and glue new leather on it. where would i look for a color code of interior leather? tks

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I had badly scratched leather on the arm rest and under the passenger front airbag (where you would normally find a glove compartment).

I had a leather restorer work on the car for a few hours and now my interior looks like new.

All the scuffs and scratches on the door, the glove box and even the seats are completely gone.

Cost: $275

2001 C4 Cpe, Arctic Silver / Metropole Blue

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There is a place on Ebay - Alan Gun Leather Accessories - that advertises for recovering and repairing steering wheels. My buddy talked to him about recovering his leather/carbon wheel as the carbon was cracked. Quoted about $250, but he found another complete all leather wheel for $126. He also inquired about recovering his console lid which was damaged and they said no problem. You might want to give them a call and get a quote on recovering the handles, has to be cheaper than buying new. Sorry I haven't seen his final work.

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