I had my T25 captain's seats retrimmed recently in a custom design using Westy plaid for inserts, but with a biscuit vinyl for most of the seat. I wanted to keep the hollow headrests but have them trimmed to match. When I spoke to the trimmer he said trimming them in the vinyl would be tricky and end up with a zip round the outside and one round the inside, which wouldn't look great. He suggested I get them painted in Vinylkote. I called up the company, who are in Birmingham and they were really helpful. They recommended spraying the headrests with white first, to kill the original black colour. They also advised not to bother with their special cleaner, given the surface area was small. I sent them a sample of the material and they colour matched the paint to it. Three days later I had a tin of colour matched paint, an aerosol of white and some Vinylprep surface prep wipe (which is properly nasty - it dissolves solvent proof gloves!). I just got the headrests back and I'm really chuffed with them. The colour match is perfect and the finish is smooth and factory looking. The painter said it went on very easily and he just built it up in a lot of thin coats, but it dries almost instantly, so it didn't take long. Here are the results: I also used the white aerosol to paint the little plastic end caps on the top of the white rubber strip behind the cab dors, as these had discoloured badly. It worked really well, though needs several light coats as it's very thin. So, good product, good service, couldn't be happier. Not cheap, but comparable to the cost of decent car paint.