Leather is one of the first items that man used to wear for clothing. It has been a popular and durable item ever since. Leather is classic and beautiful as well as long lasting. It can be used on a variety of things like upholstery, clothing, shoes, furniture, and luggage. It is a fabric that is not inexpensive and should be treated with care to ensure that it lasts a long time. You will need to understand the proper care and treatment of leather to be sure you do the job right.
Leather is found in different varieties like Naked Leather, Full Grain, Top Grain and Finished Split Leather. Apart from leather pants and leather jackets, there is another leather piece that is worn for equal charm and appeal. That is the leather blazers.
If the leather making is dry it will need rehydrating, simply wiping with a damp cloth on a regular basis should replenish the lost moisture. Be careful not to ‘over wet’ the leather as this can possibly cause shrinkage as the leather dries. The only moisturiser genuine leather needs is from clean water.
Once clean and scuffed apply a thin coat of grip base or sticky primer to the seat with a damp Bounty paper towel. Apply a thin coat to whole surface of the seat, basically where your going to dye is where the primer will go. Dry it with your hair dryer. This will give you a good sticky base for the dye to adhere to and make your job last.
It works on the premise that most leather products are treated with some kind of chemical before reaching the consumers. The conditioner will then penetrate the leather making workshop and open up the pores to provide a deep penetrating treatment. After using it you should see a difference.
Each kit contained beads in a popular color scheme, with some nice contrasting accent beads and at least one cool focal bead. I included an inspiring mix of bead colors, shapes, etc., and used a beadboard to measure how many inches of beads I was putting into each kit.
Well I hope this helps more then my last post on how to repair a leather steering wheel. Just remember to take your time when doing any repair and use a water based dye on the leather, not only is it safer for you and everybody else but I promise you it will look better in the end and last a lot longer which is what you wanted in the first place.