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*Subpatch paper 3in x 5in to put under the repair for support
*Pallete knife stainless steel for mixing & spreading filler
*Pro 2, 1oz. Flexible Leather Filler to fill out deep scratches and holes
*Foam Brush 1in to apply dye or paint
KIT NOT include colorant, please ADD color in the options above:
***100ml (4oz) of DYE if you have Analine Leather, OR
OR ***4oz Leather Paint if you have Protected Leather. Select your color choices above.
4oz is enough to recolor an area (apprx: 2 seat cushions)
8oz is recommended if you want to recolor the whole chair (small loveseat) after the repair.
To find out what type of leather you have, Analine or Protected, Click HERE
If you have worn out Analine leather with lots of stains and fading, you may consider converting it to Protected leather by painting it with Pigmented Leather Paint (instead of Analine Dye).
Regular price: $20.00
Sale price: $18.00
Complete! Includes everything needed to make expert, invisible and permanent repairs. Follow our Step-by-step instructions, and you will even impress... yourself with the result!
Smaller cuts, burns, tears can be repaired using this kit. Save money on costly repairs or expensive replacements. Use in your vehicle, at home or at your business.
FIRST, Repair the tears/holes. Mix the leather/vinyl color compounds together using our color guide to match the color. Use the Fixer 2 in 1 iron & heat gun tool to cure your repairs.
SECOND: Recolor the repaired area. The kit comes with 9 popular color. You may need to mix them to achieve your desired matching color. CLICK HERE for helpful Color Mixing Guide
9 Waterborne Colorants
2 in 1 Iron & Heat gun Fixer Tool
Leather Repair Compound, blue dot on lid
Vinyl Repair Compound, green dot on lid
Gray Cleaning pad for Leather
Green Cleanig pad for Vinyl
Subpatch Sealer Backing Paper
Teflon Protectant paper
Screen Lok Fiberglass for heat sealing vinyl
Filler compound for both leather & vinyl
Leather Color Mixing Paper
Detailed Instructions of how to Repair
INSTRUCTIONS FOR HEAT CURE VINYL AND LEATHER REPAIR KIT:
Always makke a practice repair before beginning your job. Use the practice piece vinyl included in the kit. Cut a hole in the practice vinyl and follow the following steps:
CLEAN THE SURFACE AREAS TO BE REPAIRED Clean the damaged spot with appropriate cleaner. Trim off any torn edges, frays, or threads with a scissor.
APPLY SUBPATCH PAPER Subpatch in the kit is used as a support under the damaged spot. Minor damages, cuts, scratches do not require this backing support. If you have a hole, cut the subpatch paper slightly larger than the damage and insert it into and under the hole. Adhesive side faces up and is in contact with raw side of leather.
SPREADING THE REPAIR COMPOUND Use the spatula to apply compound. The colors in the kit are the repair compound colors. Mix the colors to achieve your desired color. Apply the repair compound as evenly as possible into the damaged area. Spread in thin layers. Few thin layers create a much stronger repair than one thick application. For a quality repair job, remember: thin layers. If needed, you can sand the areas for smoothness after the compound dries.
APPLYING GRAINS If your leather has NO grains, skip this step. If your leather has grains, select one of the grain papers that closely match your grain patterns and place it on top of your repair compound.Do not move the grain paper around as the grains will be distorted.
CURING WITH HEAT The correct application of heat is critical to a quality, lasting repair job. The compound must be heated to 300 degrees for the compound to cure. Hold the metal round tip of the Fixer Tool and immediately place it on the grain paper and move it in a circular motions. Keeping it on the grain paper which covers the repair compound. The heat must transfer thru the grain paper onto the repair compound to get a strong repair job. Make certain the tip of the heating tool only touches the grain paper, not the vinyl or leather, keep the tip moving in a circular motion so that you have an even repair. Be extremely careful to avoid burning or melting the leather/vinyl adjacent to the repair.
FINAL TOUCH Slowly peel the grains paper off. If the compound is still in a liquid soft state, place the grain paper back down and reheat the repair compound until it is completely hard/dry. If you peel off the grain paper and see an areas which is not filled and grained properly, simply apply more color repair compound, then the grain paper, and reheat. If you want a high gloss or matte sheen finish, you can purchase these seperately.
COLORING Mix your desired color and use the included foam brush to paint over the repaired area. You may want to feather out the color to blend with its surrounding. For basic color mixing guide, Click Here.