As well as restoring cracked and damaged leather steering wheels this kit also repairs scuffs and small color loss areas on leather seats, from leather car interiors to leather couches, leather sofas and leather chairs at home or the office this leather scuff repair kit will fix all types of scuffs and color loss areas.
It's a great kit to fix small scuffed areas on Leather handbags, Leather Purses, Leather Wallet, Leather Shoes and Leather Jackets.
- Very Hard Wearing – Seals in the color and keeps it sealed in.
- High flexibility giving a soft natural look and touch.
- Intelligent Protection
- Easy to use
- DIY kit professional results
- Original Manufacturers finish
Our Water-based and NMP free self-sealing leather repair paint is best for pigmented leather and can be both sprayed and sponged for the best results.
- Solvent-Free So Safe To Use
- Extremely Flexible
- Self Levelling
- Self Sealing
- High Scratch Resistance
- Luxury Feel When Cured
Car Leather Interiors, Leather Sofas, Leather Chairs, Leather Shoes, Leather Handbags, Leather Briefcases, Leather Saddles, Equine Leather, Leather Jackets, Motorcycle Leathers, Leather Boots, Leather Purses, Leather Trousers. Leather Clothing, Motor Bike Leathers, Leather Walls, Leather Tables, Leather Watch Straps.
Types Of Leathers:
Pigmented Leather, Corrected Grain Leather, Semi-Aniline Leather, Two-Tone Leather, Antique Finished Leather, Top Coated Leather, Vegan Leather, Bi-Cast Leather, Bonded Leather, Faux Leather, Vinyl.
Not suitable for suede, nubuck or aniline leathers.
About The Leather Repair Paints
The leather repair paint colors provide excellent UV protection, have waterproof properties, are exceptionally flexible, and have excellent pigment adherence. The leather colors give your item a feel that is considerably better than when it was first produced, so you can be guaranteed that your newly restored leather goods will last for years to come.
Not suitable for use on suede, nubuck, or aniline leather finishes.
Our Kits are unique they are a very easy, simple four-stage process.
1. First of all you will need to clean the leather thoroughly
2. The next step is to use the prep, which is designed to remove some of the old surface coatings, the reason for doing this is it's removing all old dirt, grease, waxes and oils from the surface and some of the old manufacturers finish, this then gives you a base to work from allowing the colorant to adhere correctly to the leather's surface. Without removing some of the colors, the new color won't bond correctly
3. The next stage is to color the area to be repaired
4. Once colored, you then seal this over with the clear coat sealers (Gloss and Matt Finish) the gloss and matt finish can be mixed together to give you a satin finish if this is the desired look you require, this can be done by mixing them 50/50, the kits comes with sandpaper to very lightly sand the surface between coats to ensure you finish with a silky smooth result every time.
• 1x 100ml Leather Cleaner
• 1x 50ml Base Color
• 3x 5ml Tints each (sometimes more depending on base color)
• 1x 30ml Gloss Finish
• 1x 30ml Matt Finish
• 1x 50ml Leather Prep
• 1x 30ml Mixing Cup
• 3x Small Applicator Sponges
• 2x Tooth Picks
• 1x Mixing Sticks
• 2x Cotton Buds
• 1x 1200 Sandpaper (1/8 Sheet)
• 1x 3000 Sandpaper (1/8 Sheet)
• 1x Emery Pad (1/4 Sheet)
• 1x Small Cloth