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Leather Dye

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Leather Dye Colours

Australian made Premium Leather Dye is alcohol based and formulated from Premium Leather Dye Concentrate and not dye powders. Has great adhesion with assorted colours. Formulated for Aniline Leathers and Vegetable Tanned leathers that have no sealer so they will take on moisture. This means the Leather Dye will will be soaked up so you want to avoid uneven dyeing by wetting your dauber or brush and moisten the leather before dyeing. Apply our Premium Leather Topcoat Sealer to increase wear properties after dye is dry.

Tried Fiebings Leather Dye, Angelus Leather Dye or Cobblestone Leather Dye? Your going to love ours!

  • $16.95

Shake Well Before Use

Work the leather dye in using a damp sponge or soft dye pad.

Always work in a circular motion, applying evenly.

Repeat if necessary.

Once dry, buff with a soft cloth then apply leather sealer in your choice of finish.

For lighter shades, dilute with water

Always use in a well ventilated area, wear gloves and avoid contact with eyes

  • Weight
    0.2 kg
  • SKU

Work quickly and evenly. You'll want to complete the dying before it dries to achieve an even, consistent colour. Apply our Premium Leather Topcoat Sealer to increase wear properties after dye is dry.

  • Size
    125mL, 250mL, 1lt
  • Colour
    Oxblood, Tan, Dark Brown, Ochre, Yellow, Orange, Bright Red, Bordeaux, Mahogany, Russet, Green, Blue, Violet, Black
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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

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