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Leather Safe Technology
1. Thinly apply the product with a palette knife to the affected area to create a base layer
2. Cover the area with the heat proof paper and gently heat until cured
3. Complete the rest of the repair with our Grain Copier
Place the compound in to the hole to be fixed and then apply the Teflon paper over the top and heat with the heat iron until cured, depending on the size of the hole and atmospheric conditions will determine how long this will take to cure, once cured cool down with the cooling bar and then apply the grain copier compound LRC46, apply the grain copier pad over the grain copier compound, then place the Teflon paper over the surface and then heat with a heat iron until cured leaving the grain copied into the repair allowing the repair to be blended in.
Before colouring wipe over with alcohol cleaner.
Uses, to repair holes and put grain back on leather, vinyl and hard plastics
Works on these leathers, pigmented leather, top coated leather, aniline leather, semi aniline leather, antique leather, two tone leather, rub off leather, waxy pullup leather, bonded leather, bicast leather, Vinyl, Faux Leathers, Vegan Leathers.
Works on Hard Plastic and Vinyl, this item can repair interior hard plastic trim and vinyl seating, this can also be used to repair vinyl flooring in homes and leisure items like motorhomes or caravans.
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, MotorBike Leathers, Leather Walls, Leather Tables, Classic Car Interiors, Marine Leather, Aviation Leather, Leather Gloves, Leather Boots, Leather Book Covers, Vinyl Flooring, Leisure Homes, Motorhomes, Caravans.
To replicate the grain and to carry out the final repairs in leather only you require the grain copier compound.
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