Water Based Urethane Penetrating Leather Dye
Designed for use on Aniline, Wax Pull up, Oil Pull Up or Nubuck/Suede leathers
Leather World Technologies Aniline Recoloring Kit comes with all the necessary products to properly clean, condition and recolor your Aniline Leather. It also includes all the necessary application tools and a detailed instruction booklet that will make your recolor as easy as 123. The professional grade products included in our Aniline Recoloring Kit are sure to give you results of a professional recolor to your worn or sun faded leather and give your leather that "Fresh and New" look again!!
Leather World Technologies Aniline Dye that is included in your kit is a true professional grade Aniline Leather Dye that is imported from Italy and is used by major Leather Tannery's all over the world. If you have a Wax or Oil Aniline Pull Up we offer the wax and oil top coat that is needed for sheen and durability. If these products are needed please see our Wax and Oil Pull Up products listed under the Leather Care Products in the menu. There is no need to call professional repair person when all the products they use are now available to you in one easy to use kit. With over 30 years of Experience in the Leather Repair Industry Leather World Technologies is here to answer any questions you may have and be there for you through the process. Please see our Leather Repair Manual or watch our Leather Repair Videos for additional information about the Leather Repair process.
Below are approximate dye measurements for a color change (use about 1/2 of these amounts for a touch up)
Select one of the five kit sizes available in the drop-down menu above.
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STEP 1 - Clean the Leather:
Apply Leather Cleaner to one of the enclosed sponges. Work Leather Cleaner into a foam as much as possible. Apply to all areas that will be re-colored using a swift circular motion. Blot away any residue and allow the Leather Cleaner to dry. Depending on how dry the leather has become, the cleaner may dry almost immediately. This is a sign of dehydration from the leather. If your leather cleaner is drying fast, you can then mist the leather with distilled water or apply leather conditioner to get some moisture back into the leather. This product is designed as a general Leather Cleaner and will help with most water based staining. If you have stains in the leather from Body Oils, this product will not remove them. You will need the Leather Master Degreaser product to remove any protein based stains.
STEP 2 - Condition the Leather:
Start by applying 1-2 light coats of the Leather Hydrating Cream. Allowing each coat to absorb in and dry. This will get some moisture and natural oils back into the leather to help it hold the color and regain the soft and supple feel of natural leather. This step is necessary in leather's that have reached a severe fade level from the original color or has become dry.
STEP 3 - Recolor the Leather
Using the other enclosed sponge or a lint free cloth, wipe on 2-4 light coats of the Aniline Leather Dye. The dye will absorb into the leather and mix and react with what is currently there. You will want to allow the leather to dry in between each coat of Aniline Dye which is approximately 1 hour. Once you get the final coat of dye on then allow 24 hours of dry time before use. Then apply protection cream or hydrating cream to the finished leather.
STEP 4 - Protecting the Leather (Recommended):
With a Leather Protection Cream, apply 1-2 light coats of protection cream to the leather's surface. This will absorb into the leather allowing some stain resistance to most water based soiling. This will also add so richness to the final color coat. For general maintenance Aniline leather should be cleaned and protected 2-6 times per year. This will be determined by the use of the leather.
STEP 5 - Buffing the Leather
Using the buffing cloths, just simply buff the top surface of the re-colored leather. You will want to use light pressure when buffing the leather.