- Package Content : 1 Toner based Dye Color Box
- Used For : This color is used to Improve or paint your leather.
- This amazing new line of brilliantly colored, toner-based ( you can use water or toner to dilute it) paint is the superior choice for painting leather surfaces
- For your convenience, we are offering each of these new dye paints even in small quantities.
- This is a great combination of cost and amount of material. We want you to experiment and enjoy our entire range to find your personal favorite
- These paints finish very smooth and adhere securely to leather surfaces. They are also very flexible and will provide durable skins protection of your leather goods
You are looking at a bottle of toner dye for leather. This high quality dye is excellent for your leather work and is perfect for coloring the surfaces of of your leather craft, repairing scratches in that new wallet of yours or coloring an entire hide.
Simply clean all wax or grime from your leather work using a mild bleach or oxalic acid (1 teaspoon per pint of water), then saturate a piece of cloth in the dye and work in a circular motion over your leather, reapplying as necessary. Airbrushing in a well ventilated area is also an effective method of dyeing you leather or using a standard paint brush. For edges, use a small sponge or cotton bud saturated in dye. Shake before use.
Please note that these dyes can only darken your leather further. Application of dyes lighter than your leather will not lighten the color of your leather and may, in fact, darken the color of your leather.
A leather craft lacquer and primer binder to ensure lacquer adhesion to your leather is highly recommended to ensure your dye is properly sealed and your leather is protected for longevity.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This dye is for UN-dyed and untreated vegetable tanned leather used in leather craft and may not be suitable for treated leather such as factory produced handbags, table tops, car seats, leather couches, jackets, etc., as many (but not all) of these items have been pre-dyed and treated to resist dyeing and many have a plastic coating that will prevent the absorption of this dye. To test the suitability of this dye on per-treated leather or chrome tanned leather, thoroughly clean the leather you wish to dye with a suitable cleansing fluid and place a drop of water on the treated area (mild rubbing may be required). If the leather absorbs the water then this dye should be suitable, however,
Please note that :Unless your leather is untreated vegetable tanned leather we cannot guarantee the results and recommend you contact the manufacturer of your item for further details. We recommend you always test this dye first on a small patch of leather before committing to an entire project if you are unsure your leather is suitable.