Leather Colourants

Self sealing leather colourants for restoring the leather colour coating.

Restores worn areas or can be used to re-colour leather or even used to change the colour to a new colour if you wish.

Simple easy to follow steps to gain a brand new leather item again.

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Leather Colourants

Used to restore the surface colour, leather colourants 50ml produce a flexible, smooth luxurious finish to leather goods.
  • Fantastic UV Protection
  • Brilliant Waterproof Protection
  • Extremely Flexible
  • Great Adhesion
  • Luxurious Feel & Look

We’ve made the leather repair company leather colourants 50ml very thin so they’re extremely easy to use and apply, so they can be easily applied by hand using a sponge or the leather colourants 50ml can be sprayed through any spraying equipment from fine airbrushes to full size spraying equipment without causing blockages.

More importantly is the flexibilty of the product once applied giving truly outstanding results every single time.

The PU Leather Colourants 50ml have been designed for us on colour restoration and jobs where a complete colour change is required. We have manufactured them with a high pigment content allowing the coverage to be far better than any other on the market place.

This allows just one or two applications of leather colourants 50ml so you don’t end up with a plastic feel and look like most other products offer.

Most importantly is their ability to resist scuffs and scratches unless heavily forced.

Extremely Flexible: The leather colourants 50ml can with stand 100,000 flexes Hard wearing & high colour coverage Soft, delicate & natural look & feel Available in 22 standard colours or one of over 50,000 colours in our database we also offer a Colour matching service to match your leather exactly ask for a price.

NOT to be used on suede, nubuck or aniline leather finishes.


The leather colourants are simple and easy to use.

Shake the bottle well to make sure the colourants are well mixed together.

Once you have cleaned all the surface down and carried the prep work, you can then start to sponge on your colour.

First of all wipe on a single coating, then once this is dry you can proceed to apply a second coating by dabbing on the colour which also helps to retain the leather grain structure

Once this is done all over, you can dry this with a hair drier and check to make sure everything is covered evenly.

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