The Leather Re-Colouring Balm renovates the colour and aspect of all leather items both old and new. There are 21 colours formulated for use on leather from a dark to light shade.
It works great at re-colouring areas that have been exposed to sun light or direct heat, and is ideal for colouring cat scratches and re-colouring dried out and faded areas.
Note: This product is designed to work on absorbent leathers only. To test your leather for absorbency, simply drop a small amount of water onto your leather and wait 5-10 seconds. If the water sinks into the leather and leaves a darker patch, you have absorbent leather. If the water stays on the surface, your leather is not absorbent and the product will not be suitable.
After the initial application, Leather Re-colouring Balm is generally re-applied once every three years to maintain colour.
Instructions for use
Step 1: Clean the leather first before applying the Balm, for best results use Furniture Clinic Leather Ultra Clean – This is because Leather Ultra Clean deep cleans the leather to remove all dirt, but also opens up the pores of the leather so the Re-Colouring Balm will take to the leather in a better fashion.
Step 2: Rub the Balm into the leather, with a clean cloth or sponge, in a circular motion to ensure penetration. This is often enough to completely restore lighter shades. Take a clean cloth and then buff the surface of the leather. Make sure there is no excess Balm left on the leather.
Step 3: The colour will darken with further applications, apply as required, colour will darken with each application.
Step 4: Protect your leather to prevent staining and extend its functional life, Furniture Clinic Leather Protection Cream is advised for this.
Quickly & easily restores the colour to all absorbent leathers
Ideal for restoring the colour to faded and worn leather
21 colours formulated for use on leather from a dark to light shade
Great for re-colouring areas that have been exposed to sun light or direct heat
Suitable for use on furniture, car interiors, clothes, shoes, handbags and any other item made from absorbent leather.