We packed a lot of fun into one month — including interviews with talented trimmers, business tips, guides and more! Here’s a look back at June 2020.
Registration for the 2020 SEMA Show in Las Vegas is now open! And yes, we have details.
Automotive interiors are on their way to becoming more important than exteriors in customers’ eyes, according to a new study.
Electron Top kicks off its June issue of “Keep in Touch!” with a nod to fathers, particularly the late, great Fred W. Strauss Jr.
Yes and no. Just because a car’s interior is trimmed in sustainable materials doesn’t mean it’s good for the environment.
Mercedes-Benz just refreshed its E-Class lineup, including its highly coveted convertible model.
Mitch Woloshchuk had always dreamed of combining his love of art and cars into a career in hot rods.
A survey of the industry found that many companies are slowly rebounding from the economic impact of coronavirus.
Collector Car Appreciation Day is next month, and with it comes a lot of weekend car shows.
International Leather Maker is hosting a free webinar about leather and its role in automotive interiors of the future.
We use zippers a lot in our upholstery shops. But how much do we really know about the different types available?
Rocky Mountain Upholstery Co. recently launched an upholstery contest designed to build brand awareness and provide sales leads.
Honda’s interior designers hid an “easter egg” in the console of the 10th generation Civic.
Schools are reopening with new guidelines in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus, including mandatory face masks.
Oksana Ignatova of Stitch Girl Inc is a rising star in the auto upholstery industry.
The deadline to apply for a forgivable “Paycheck Protection Loan” is quickly approaching. Apply before it’s too late!
Trimmer Robert Wayne Matthews of Redneck Kountry Auto Upholstery has died at age 73.
SEMA is hosting a new online series aimed at helping shops get back to work after coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
Tell customers they can leave bottles of hand sanitizer in their cars, but not on their dashboards because it’s a serious fire hazard.
WardsAuto just published its annual list of the auto industry’s “10 Best Interiors,” and some unlikely vehicles made the cut.
Watch the guys at Vilner dance their way through an interior and exterior restyle of a Smart Fortwo.
Charlie Watts is so passionate about auto upholstery that he has suits tailored to match the interiors of all his cars.
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