Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 500ml LRC14

Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 500ml LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 500ml LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 500ml LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 500ml LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 500ml LRC14
Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 500ml LRC14

Leather Repair Paint Colourant Dye 500ml LRC14

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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.

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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