How to choose an auto leather dye?
If we consider that a leather dye consists in patinating it then, an auto leather dye is very rare. Indeed, this type of leather colouring was stopped in the 1940s. Since then, cars have had pigmented leathers (leather paint). However, there are exceptions such as on Jaguards, or very old cars.
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Why use an auto leather dye?
In this page we will only talk about leather dyeing, I invite you to follow this link auto leather coloring, you will find explanations to dye the leather. As mentioned in the first paragraph, auto leather dyeing is quite rare, but you can find it on antique leathers. Generally these leathers are dirty, greasy, too often maintained with foot oil or any other product too greasy for aniline cow. Dyeing the leather of your car will consist in restoring its original colour, a beautiful patina.
How to apply your car leather dye?
I advise you to proceed in stages, generally too greasy you must prepare your support to receive its new hue, once your leather is clean you can move on to the colouring phase, use our ready-to-use leather balm or make it yourself by mixing our leather cream with our leather dyes. It is by superimposing the layers of balms that you will obtain your patina. Once the patina has been applied, you will fix your work to protect the colours and leather. To know in detail this work I invite you to follow this link: patina kit, you will find in this kit all the products, sheets and advice necessary to carry out this work.