Leather Repair Company

Leather Prep LRC15

£16.50

LRC15

Our Leather Prep Surface Coating Remover is a strong water based cleaner simply used to remove the manufactured finish so it’s ready for recolouring or restoration.

It will also remove any gels, stains, grease, waxes, oils and silicones which build up over the years. It's very important they are all removed at this stage.

Failing to remove these will cause issues with colourant bonding and this will make the surface structure unsafe. 

  • Works On Pigmented Leather
  • Semi Aniline Leather
  • Top Coated Leather
  • Antique Finished Leather

It doesn’t matter what repair you do, at some stage you will need to apply leather colour. The leather paint application is generally the point in a repair where your leather comes back to life again, as without it the repair would not blend in to the leathers finish.

The leather preparation stage is extremely important it has to be done correctly as it ensures the colour’s adhesion to the leather is perfect at all times!

Works on these leathers, Pigmented Leather, Aniline Leather, Corrected Grain Leather, Semi Aniline Leather, Two Tone Leather, Antique Finished Leather, Top Coated Leather, Vegan Leather, Bi Cast Leather, Bonded Leather, Faux Leather, Vinyl.

For use on, Car Leather Interiors, Leather Sofas, Leather Chairs, Leather Shoes, Leather Handbags, Leather Briefcases, Leather Saddles, Equine Leather, Leather Jackets, Motorcycle Leathers, Leather Boots, Leather Purses, Leather Trousers. Leather Clothing, Motor Bike Leathers, Leather Walls, Leather Tables, Leather Watch Straps.

Skin Allergies, if you have skin allergies always wear gloves, wear goggles when applying.

NOTE DO NOT PREP ANILINE OR PULL UP LEATHERS WITH A RED SCOTCH PAD

 

The leather prep removes all colour coatings and aids in the removal of most cracks in the leather finish and surface. Those that cannot be removed with the leather prep will need the use of a fibre binder and fillers. Prepare for the recolouring and restoration process once the finish has been removed.

How to use:

1 Soak a cloth in leather prep and sandwich it between two pieces of red (fine) emery cloth.

2 As you begin the removal activity on the leather, the red abrasive pad will release the leather prep through its pores. Never allow your red abrasive pad to become too dry, as this can cause damage to the leather grain structure and interfere with the restoration process.

3 Remove all of the manufactured finish from the leather surface so it's colourless and absorbent again, ready for the application of leather colours.

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