Leather Handbag Edge Filler LRC34

Leather Handbag Edge Filler LRC34
Leather Handbag Edge Filler LRC34

Leather Handbag Edge Filler LRC34

Regular price ₹ 770.00
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  • Free worldwide shipping
  • Free returns
  • Carbon neutral
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  • Extremely Flexible: Natural-looking and flexible repair compound designed specifically for handbag edges and piping.
  • Versatile Repair: Perfect for filling scuffs, abrasions, and holes.
  • Leather Safe Technology: Gentle on leather, ensuring no damage during application.
  • Durable Results: Prevents shrinking, cracking, or peeling over time.
  • Works With Colourant: Compatible with leather colourants for easy blending and touch-ups.

Note :

Not suitable on Suede & Nubuck Leather.

Caution :

Harmful, if swallowed. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Use a mask at all times. Use in a well-ventilated area. Wear gloves, in case of skin allergies.

  • Handbags
  • Car Interiors 
  • Furniture 
  • Fashion Goods
  • Leather Walls
  • Various types of leather including pigmented, two tone, vegan, veg tanned
  • Step 1: Clean the area with a leather prep solution and secure any loose fibres with glue.
  • Step 2: Then, apply fillers in small layers, allowing each layer to dry fully before adding more.
  • Step 3: Sand down any excess filler, if necessary, for a seamless finish.
  • Ensure the area is fully prepped, before using fillers. Lightly sand rough spots with 1200 paper or 280 foam pads, then wipe with alcohol cleaner.
  • For torn piping or protruding bits, glue them in place and let dry. Lightly sand again.
  • Use a spatula to apply thin layers of filler, brushing to shape if needed. Let the filler dry entirely between applications.
  • Mix pigment paints (up to 10%) into the filler for better blending, if desired. Apply as usual for a natural finish.
  • Smooth out any surplus filler using either 1200 sandpaper or 280 foam pads.
  • Avoid over-application to prevent difficulty in sanding.
  • Not suitable for aniline leathers unless mixed with aniline dye.
  • Keep lids closed when not in use to prevent drying.
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