Leather Scuff Repair Kit

An extremely hard wearing and scuff resistant PU leather finish is achieved from this steering wheel repair kit.
• High flexibility giving a soft natural look and touch.
• Clear finish matt and gloss can be made into any level of sheen by mixing them together at desired amounts.
• Water Based – Non Hazardous & Non Flammable, able to use anywhere.

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Product Details

Scuff Repair Kit Perfect For Small Touch Ups and Minor Damage.

• Easy to use
• Simply Sponge on
• Or spray on
• Quick Drying
• Hard Wearing
• Scuff Repair Kit
• Matches Manufacturers Finish

Four Very Easy Simple Steps For A Perfect Repair With The Scuff Repair Kit Clean It: Use the premium leather cleaner to clean your leather item fully to remove all dirt.

Prep It: Use the leather prep, to remove some of the old surface colour on the area needing repair.

Colour It: Using the colours, simply sponge on to re colour your leather item, providing a perfect seamless repair.

Seal It: Sponge on the clear coat sealers / lacquers to lock in the new colour.

Car Seats: This scuff repair kit is perfect for repairing and re colouring areas of colour loss on car seat bolsters, blends in the colour and repair to make the damage perfectly invisible.

Car Seat Piping: Great for touching up piping on classic and vintage car seats. Leather Furniture: The scuff repair kit can also be used to colour in the edges of leather furniture where it’s all worn through.

Our Kits are unique they are a very easy, simple four stage process.

1/ First of all you will need to clean the leather thoroughly.

2/ The next step is to use the prep, this is designed to remove some of the old surface coating, the reason for doing this is its removing all old dirt, grease, waxes and oils from the surface and some of the old manufacturers finish, this then gives you a base to work from allowing the colourant to adhere correctly to the leathers surface. Without removing some of the colour, the new colour wont bond correctly.

3/ The next stage is to colour the area to be repaired.

4/ Once coloured, you then seal this over with the clear coat sealers (Gloss and Matt Finish) the gloss and matt finish can be mixed together to give you a satin finish if this is the desired look you require, this can be done by mixing them 50/50.

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