What a crazy month! We brought you the latest industry news, sales, tutorials and some helpful tips to keep safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s a look back at March 2020.
Vilner, our favorite Bulgarian trim shop, recently got their hands on a Tesla Model 3 and gave its cabin a total overhaul.
The Bentley Bacalar might just have the most exclusive interior trim to ever grace a vehicle’s cabin: 5,000-year-old Riverwood.
Electron Top’s latest newsletter thanks trim shops that have supported them over the past six decades.
Speaking of crazy steering wheels, have you seen the dual joysticks in the Hyundai Prophecy concept EV?
We’re excited to introduce The Hog Ring community to our newest site sponsor: The Miami Corporation.
The family of late trimmer Willie Williamson is honoring his legacy by creating a scholarship fund.
The National Upholstery Association is launching its first strategic plan, and is inviting all trimmers to participate.
Kenneth Wilson, owner of Teton Upholstery in Idaho, has died at age 68.
Coronavirus has forced countless businesses to shut down. Don’t let your auto trim shop become its next victim.
If you love the smell of a new car interior, you’re in luck. A new men’s cologne will let you smell like that all the time.
Trimmer Gary Kolstad of Mentor, Minnesota, has died at age 70.
NC is teaming up with some industry giants to burn rubber for a great cause!
Boxmark is halting its production of auto upholstery to start making protective face masks to combat coronavirus.
The only chemical you should use to disinfect a customer’s car from coronavirus is isopropyl alcohol.
Italy’s leather manufacturing industry has ground to a halt, as officials desperately try to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Rick Valdez of Alchemy Kustom just released a video teaching viewers how to shape bench seat foam.
The BMW 4-Series is undergoing some serious changes, including an all-new convertible soft top.
An auto trim shop in Margoa, India, was destroyed in a fire this week.
Sage Automotive Interiors has agreed to purchase Adient Inc.’s auto fabric business for a whopping $175 million.
The vegan leather market will be worth nearly $90 billion by 2025, according to a new report.
Albright’s Supply recently launched a new video series titled “Upholstery Insights” that you don’t want to miss.
Many auto trim shops are working through the coronavirus pandemic. Know that Electron Top has your back!
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