Q. Can I use your leather dye on other surfaces like suede, canvas or timber?
A. We say our Leather Dye is for leather but its up to you what you want to use it on.
Q. Can I use Acetone to clean the leather?
A. No. Acetone will will damage the components used during the tanning process and the fibre structor of the leather.
Q. I have an Aniline Leather couch with cracking on the arms. Can I use the Leather Filler and Premium Leather Dye to repair?
A. You can’t repair Aniline Leather like you can a Finished / Pigmented Leather. Once you sand and apply Leather Filler to an Aniline Leather it then becomes a Finished / Pigmented leather and needs Leather Paint to cover the filler. Your not going to replicate that finish with Leather Paint.
You can rub Leather Dye into your Aniline Leather (once prepped with Leather Prep) but you can't fill and sand the cracking. Dye takes on the colour is being applied to. So where there is colour now or a darker spot this will keep getting dark so the finish will be uneven. Thats how Aniline is.
Q. Can I use your Leather Filer before applying the dye to fill some cracks.?
A. No. You can't use leather filler or our Leather Repair Resin and leather dye together. The Leather Dye is alcohol based so it will soften the filler or resin. If you have an aniline leather, then no filler just dye. If you have a finished / pigmented leather then you can use the resin or filler and leather colour, which is leather paint.