Anybody familiar with Sileather?

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  • Anybody familiar with Sileather?

    Looks like Century is using a new material for seat coverings.

    http://centuryboats.com/century-boat...marine-fabric/

    Anybody have any knowledge of this stuff?

  • #2
    That looks interesting, I wonder what the cost is in comparison to regular marine vinyl.
    https://www.sileather.com/

    Edit:.. This stuff comes from France...I'm out....

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Gnrphil View Post
      That looks interesting, I wonder what the cost is in comparison to regular marine vinyl.
      https://www.sileather.com/

      Edit:.. This stuff comes from France...I'm out....
      I don’t know.....Imagine a world with no pink stains on cushions. Or mildew could be easily wiped off. Don’t know if that is the case. I’d be glad to test it....

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Pstephens46 View Post

        I don’t know.....Imagine a world with no pink stains on cushions. Or mildew could be easily wiped off. Don’t know if that is the case. I’d be glad to test it....
        You make a good point, I might have to swallow my pride on this one if it's not too expensive. It does look like a good product.

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        • #5
          I use Silvertex.
          https://spradlingvinyl.com/catalog-patterns/silvertex/
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Gnrphil View Post

            You make a good point, I might have to swallow my pride on this one if it's not too expensive. It does look like a good product.
            I agree that French cars and fighter jets leave a lot to be desired. French women are okay as long as they aren’t too furry. Mike likes French fries I bet. I’ll study the seat material and who knows?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Pstephens46 View Post

              French women are okay as long as they aren’t too furry. Mike likes French fries I bet.


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              • #8
                I'm going to bump this as I feel like I derailed this thread, I'm sure Pstephens46 would like some more thoughts on the material he mentioned.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Gnrphil View Post
                  I'm going to bump this as I feel like I derailed this thread, I'm sure Pstephens46 would like some more thoughts on the material he mentioned.
                  I was more than happy to participate.

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