Leather Prep LRC15

Leather Prep LRC15
Leather Prep LRC15
Leather Prep LRC15
Leather Prep LRC15
Leather Prep LRC15

Leather Prep LRC15

Regular price ₹ 3,150.00
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  • Free worldwide shipping
  • Free returns
  • Carbon neutral
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  • Prep for Restoration: Prepares surface for new colour application by removing old finish.
  • Deep Cleaning Power: Removes grease, grime, waxes and silicone.
  • Durable: Removes cracks in surface coating, enhancing leather's texture.
  •  Softening Effect: Thins down surface coating, making it more luxurious.
  •  Eco-friendly: Unique water-based solution, gentle on leather and planet.

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. 


  • Car interiors 
  • Furniture 
  • Fashion goods
  • Leather walls
  • Various types of leather including pigmented, corrected grain, antique, vegan 
  • Step 1: Dampen the towelling with a red fine scotch pad with Leather Prep until it begins to run out on its own.
  • Step 2: Gently rub it onto the surface.
  • Step 3: Use a terry towel rag to wipe away the removed paint as you progress.
  • Step 4: Wipe over the surface with an alcohol cleaner once completed.
  • Fold a red scotch pad in half and soak it with leather prep, or spray leather prep directly onto the leather.
  • Rub the pad softly over the area to remove some of the old coloured coating. Do not remove all the surface paint.
  • Be cautious with different types of leather like finished splits to avoid removing top grain structure.
  • Prep vinyl but expect no colour release.
  • Do not use red scotch pads on aniline, pull up, faux, vegan, bonded, and bicast leather.
  • Prep vinyl but expect no colour release.
  • Sand lightly with 1200 grit paper, wipe with alcohol, then proceed with repairs and recoloring.
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