I in fact did, and upon seeing a few Ibles about these particular belts, but they all required snatching a used belt from some poor, dead, defenseless car. This belt, although not free, is clean, and that was a major factor for me. In this Instructable, you'll take a two part seatbelt from a supplier, and make it into a wearable, stylish belt.
Step 1: Supplies
With this being a high quality belt, it will take some work. The tools required are as follows:
-A Seat Belt
-Sturdy work surface Not a Table ( Recommended, hammering is used)
-A kit for installing Snaps
-Razor Blade (Scissors if not accessible)
-Tape measure (Optional)
-Ice Pick (Or another very slender sharp object)
-Blow Torch (Lighter)
*Seriously. Get one from this website. this is where I got my two. They're cheap. Especially considering that some belts at walmart ar $20 and they look rather plain.
Step 2: Cut Off the Ends
So, On a cutting block, Use your ruler and razor to cut a straight line just under the tag, successfully separating the end.
Then, after they're severed, you have to fuse (melt) the ends so the webbing doesn't fray. In a nutshell, You run the messy end over a flame (not too long, actually, just a second) until the end melts.
Repeat this step for all both ends.
In case you haven't checked the pictures as to which two ends I'm talking about, I'm referring to the two ends that would get attached to the car, NOT the two ends that will be the belt buckle.
Step 3: Separating the End for Snaps
Using either razor or scissors, cut through the webbing that holds the male end, so it is not attached to anything.
*Do not throw away the ~foot long piece of fabric that was attached to the male end. Please make note of the photo tag in photo 3.
And, just following the continuity of making sure your effort lasts a long time, don't forget to fuse the new edge.
Step 4: Starting the Snaps
(For those of you who were wondering, the snaps are so this whole thing can fit thought your belt loops; undoing the snaps threading them through the loops, and snapping the male end back on to click the seatbelt together. Which may not be necessary depending on the size of the buckle, or if you have big belt loops)
Step 5: Install the Snaps
You will need two full sets of snaps, so, x2 of what is shown in the picture.
Step 6: Sew What?
There are a couple of ways to do this step.
1) Sew it yourself. This requires a thick needle and thread. Too much time for me.
2) Be polite to your local upholsterer, really, it only takes the push of a button. I got my two for free. This should be your final step. If the end is two long for you, you can cut off the amount you want, and then fuse the ends.
Step 7: Optional Things
Well, now you have a (hopefully) stain free belt. This is my first Ible, and I put some effort into it, I hope it paid off.