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Leather Shoe Dye LRC66


Leather Shoe Dye LRC66

Leather Shoe Dye is a powerful dye designed to restore natural leathers or dye raw hides like crust leather and veg tanned leather.

  • Excellent colour fastness.

  • Easily mixed together to gain other colours.

  • Great adhesion.

  • Fantastic penetration.

Leather Shoe Dye, dyes naked, undyed leathers or can be used to restore veg tanned leathers or crust leathers that have been dyed before.

These leather shoe dyes can be used to change the colour of shoes or restore what you have already.

This is an amazing product in the leather craft industry for dying leather when making shoes or boots. 
      They can also be mixed with the Raw Hide Base so you can gain dyes that are not as strong for blending off the colours when doing restorations of leather shoes.

      Water Based Formula

      Strong & Durable

      Scratch Resistant

      Outstanding Adhesion


      For restoring natural leather shoes or dying raw hide, crust leather or veg tanned leather, can also be used to restore the colour on crusts and veg tanned items, like shoes and handbags:


      The shoes dyes can be mixed with Raw Hide Base to gain dyes that are not as powerful for sympathetic restorations. Here is a guide of how much dye you will need to add to the base sizes, this is the maximum. The less dye you use the powerful and vibrant the dye will be when mixed together.:

      5 litre of base will need 1 litre of dye.

      1 litre of base will need 200ml of dye.

      500ml of base will need 100ml of dye.

      250ml of base will need 50ml of dye.

      100ml of base will need 20ml of dye.

      50ml of base will need 10ml of dye.


      Ensure the surface is dry and prepared correctly and free of dirt, grime, debris, and dust. Do not over apply the dyes as they are powerful, rub off the majority of the dye that’s loaded into the sponge. Then apply in a circular motion with a sponge or pad and ensure this is rubbed in properly and then levelled out with straight line if required you need to avoid lines and streaks, once cured and dried you can seal over with neutral shoe restorer cream or antique silk dressing or both. For extra strength you can use clear coat lacquers with a crosslinker added to make the clear coat even more durable.

      Click below to download the MSDS Report

      MSDS Report