#1 Car Trimming Company,
National & Worldwide.
We are a renowned and reputable family-run business, established almost 50 years specializing in all aspects of car interior & upholstery repairs, from full re-trims to minor repairs including custom/bespoke concepts & designs. We manufacture, supply, and fit all replacement car hoods from vintage, classic, and prestige to all modern cars. We are significant providers of car hoods Globally having clients all over the World including Europe, America, Australia, and the Far East.
Due to demand, we expanded in 2008 and moved to our much larger premises in Romford, Essex. Here we offer a wide range of services with easy access, on-site parking, and a customer waiting area. We have a highly dedicated and skilled team with years of wisdom and experience, which enables us to solely manufacture, supply, and fit hoods and materials on-site. We are always happy to show customers around the factory and workshop as it is such a unique experience for all.
What We Do
Guaranteed fit the first time. Our trimming skills are outstanding and we are number one in the United Kingdom.
Available for all cars, Mk1, Mk2 & Eunos models at £125.00+vat
Material samples are available before you buy. Request your sample
Globally having clients all over the World including Europe, America, Australia, and the Far East
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What is Trimming?
Car interior work refers to any type of work that involves repairing, modifying, or maintaining the interior of a car. This can include tasks such as cleaning and detailing, replacing or repairing damaged trim pieces or seats, installing new audio or navigation systems, and much more. Depending on the specific work being done, it may be necessary to have knowledge of electrical systems, carpentry, upholstery, or other specialized skills. In some cases, the interior of a car may also be customized to suit the owner’s personal preferences, which can involve adding or modifying various features and trim pieces.
Car trimming and interior stitching work refers to the process of adding or replacing trim pieces in a car’s interior and sewing pieces together to create a finished, professional look. Trim pieces can include items such as door panels, headliners, seat covers, and dashboard covers. Interior stitching work is typically done using a heavy-duty sewing machine and specialized tools, and may involve cutting, measuring, and fitting pieces to ensure a proper fit. It is important for the person performing the work to have a strong attention to detail and good hand-eye coordination, as well as a thorough understanding of the materials and techniques used in car trimming and stitching.
Soft car roof work typically refers to work that involves repairing or maintaining a convertible car’s soft top. A convertible car is a type of vehicle that has a roof that can be folded down or removed, allowing the driver and passengers to experience an open-air driving experience. The soft top is the fabric roof that covers the opening when it is not in use, and is typically made of a waterproof and durable material such as vinyl or canvas. Some common types of work that may be performed on a soft car roof include repairing tears or other damage, replacing the top if it is beyond repair, cleaning and conditioning the fabric to extend its lifespan, and adjusting or replacing the hardware that holds the top in place. To perform this type of work, it is important to have a good understanding of sewing and upholstery techniques, as well as the specific make and model of the convertible car.
Barbershop chairs are typically made with leather or vinyl upholstery. Stitching is used to attach the upholstery to the chair’s frame. The stitching can be done by hand or by machine, and is usually done with a strong thread, such as nylon or polyester. It is important that the stitching is tight and secure, as the chairs are used frequently and need to be able to withstand regular wear and tear.
Boat seats are typically made with marine-grade vinyl upholstery. Stitching is used to attach the upholstery to the seat’s frame. The stitching can be done by hand or by machine, and is usually done with a strong thread, such as UV resistant polyester thread. It’s important that the stitching is tight and secure, as the seats are exposed to the elements and need to be able to withstand sun, salt, and water. The stitching is also done in a way to make sure the thread doesn’t unravel or come undone, and stitching pattern is also important to make sure the seat can withstand the stresses of being in a boat.
Furniture stitching refers to the process of attaching upholstery to the frame of a piece of furniture using thread and needle. This can include attaching fabric, leather, or vinyl to sofas, chairs, ottomans, and other types of furniture. The stitching can be done by hand or by machine, and is usually done with a strong thread, such as nylon or polyester. The stitching pattern and thread used will vary depending on the type of furniture and the type of upholstery being used. Furniture stitching is important for both appearance and durability, as it holds the upholstery in place and helps to keep the furniture looking good and lasting longer.
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