What an awesome start to the year! We brought you the latest news, product information and innovative projects from the auto upholstery industry. Here’s a look back at January 2019.
Rocking K is similar to most auto upholstery shops: same tools, same projects, same long hours. But there’s one big difference — it’s run by a mother-daughter team.
Mission Gorge Auto Shop and Upholstery recently caught fire, causing extensive damage to the building and several vehicles.
Congrats to Brian Jagodnik and Evan Hanisko of Outside Van for winning NC Carpet Binding & Equipment’s “NC1 Sewing Machine Giveaway!”
Electron Top’s “tiny top” is a great way to make your showroom look professional and cool.
If you find yourself customizing the interiors of a lot of modern muscle cars, we know why.
Trimmers know about Haartz Corporation’s 100+ year history of manufacturing convertible soft top materials. But did you know they also make landau top fabric?
You won’t find a lot of auto upholstery shops willing to wrap a motorcycle helmet in leather. There’s good reason — it’s freakin’ hard!
It’s about time SEMA inducts an auto trimmer into its Hall of Fame — don’t you think?
A Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine replica just sold at Barrett-Jackson, and it’s interior is phenomenal!
Valentine’s Day is only three weeks away! Show that special auto trimmer in your life how much he means to you with a “Real Men Sew” t-shirt!
European zippers got you down? Fear not! Electron Top carries a new tool that will make your life easier.
A lot of automakers refer to their convertible cars as either a “spider” or “spyder.” But what does the term mean and where does it come from?
The National Pest Management Association just issued a warning to shop owners and motorists about mice taking refuge in car upholstery this winter.
Are you an out-of-work auto trimmer? Fear not. We scoured the internet for the latest auto upholstery job openings and posted them on our jobs page.
That’s not all! Visit our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages to see what other trimmers are up to. You can also join in the latest industry discussions by registering for our Auto Upholstery Forum.