Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 1 litre LRC14

Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 1 litre LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 1 litre LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 1 litre LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 1 litre LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 1 litre LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 1 litre LRC14

Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 1 litre LRC14

Regular price ₹ 6,720.00
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  • Carbon neutral
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  •  Gentle & Safe: Solvent-free, self-sealing, water-based solution designed for repairing and restoring leather items.
  • Durable Finish: Offers outstanding flexibility, adhesion and scratch resistance.
  • Luxury Feel: Provides a luxurious feel, enhancing the overall appearance.
  • UV Protection: Prevents fading, cracking and peeling due to sunlight exposure.
  •  Customisation: Available in 28 standard colours, with the option for custom colour matching.

Note :

Choose from our selection of 28 standard leather repair paint colours or access over 50,000 options from our extensive database. Contact us at help@leatherrepaircompany.com for custom colour requests.

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.

  • Car interiors 
  • Furniture 
  • Fashion goods
  • Leather walls
  • Various types of leather including pigmented, corrected grain, semi-aniline
  • Step 1: Start by cleaning the surface with Leather Prep Solution LRC15 and wiping it with alcohol cleaner. 
  • Step 2: Apply a single coat of colourant evenly over the surface. Let it dry, before applying the second coat.
  • Step 3: Finish the project by locking in the paint with a sealing lacquer. 
  • Prior to application, clean the surface with a leather cleaner if only prepping a small area. For larger areas, skip cleaning and proceed directly to prepping.
  •  Shake the bottle well and apply the first coat using a sponge.
  • For small touch-ups, stipple colour gently with smooth motions. Wipe it in a random motion to create a base, then stipple for even coverage, in case of larger repairs.
  • Allow the first coat to dry completely and then, stipple on a second coat.  
  • Use a small amount of lacquer or water (about 10%) to thin out thick colourant.
  • Do not use a spray gun for the first coat, instead utilise a sponge. Apply 2-3 coats as required.
  • Use a No.5 needle spraying at around 20 psi for best results. 
  • Lightly sand with 1200 grit paper to ensure a smooth finish.
  • Seal the paint with standard or antique sealing lacquer for desired finish.
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