Leather Fibre Binder LRC24

Leather Fibre Binder LRC24
Leather Fibre Binder LRC24

Leather Fibre Binder LRC24

Regular price ₹ 1,470.00
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  •  Fibre Binding: Specifically formulated to rejuvenate rough leather surfaces by binding loose fibres.
  • Deep Penetration: Soaks deeply into the leather fibres.
  • Advanced Repair: Particularly effective for leather in advanced stages of degradation.
  • Tougher Than Ever: Creates a strong base to carry out colour repairs.

It is advisable to combine it with Flexi Filler LRC22 for great repair. 

Note :

Binder cannot be grained with a grain matt or heat cured with a heat iron.

Caution :

Harmful, if swallowed. Keep away from children. Avoid contact with eyes. Use a mask at all times. Wear gloves, in case of skin allergies.

  • Car Interiors 
  • Furniture 
  • Fashion Goods
  • Severely cracked leather
  • Leather with fibres degraded to a suede-like state
  • Various types of leather including two tone, vegan, aniline 
  • Step 1: Begin by shaking the bottle well.
  • Step 2: Squeeze the Fibre Binder onto a sponge.
  • Step 3: Gently dab the binder onto the surface and allow it to dry. 

Step 4: Once dry, proceed to sand the surface and apply colourant as necessary.

  • Fibre Binder only requires one or two coats to work. 
  • Ensure the initial coat penetrates into the fibres or cracks by generously applying the binder with a sponge.
  • While the surface is still wet, apply a second coat by stippling it on to cover the entire area and seal the surface.
  • Expect the exposed fibres to darken as the binder soaks in, indicating proper functionality.
  • Allow the binder to dry naturally or use a hairdryer. 
  • Once fully cured, sand the surface using a 280-grit foam sanding pad, which is safer for leather surfaces.
  • Utilise a terry towel dampened with alcohol cleaner to wipe off any remaining dust.
  • Proceed with the application of either heavy filler or flexi filler repair compounds as needed and colour the repaired area as usual.
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