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Anyone used Colourlock on leather? #668133
20/10/20 08:53 PM
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I have a 2006 4/4 with black seats but scuff markets on side of drivers seat ( due to seat belt rubbing?) and was considering Colourlock either doing it myself or going to a local “détailler” who does this work. Has anyone used the product? If yes, are you satisfied with the result? Thanks for input/comments.

Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: Andrew1806] #668136
20/10/20 09:15 PM
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I have used a leather repair kit from furniture clinic on many cars with great results, to get a perfect match you can send a sample of your leather and they will mix the" paint" which you spray on the damaged area and then seal with a clear top coat of matt/satin or gloss,the products are water based and quick drying. The kit includes leather prep, alcohol cleaner, colour match, sealant of choice , airbrush and canister of propellant.

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Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: Andrew1806] #668137
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I have used gliptone products in the past


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Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: Andrew1806] #668139
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I too have used the furniture clinic stuff through an airbrush.

Actually recoloured my chair in the house from tan to dark blue.

Good gear


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Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: Andrew1806] #668143
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Furniture Clinic worked well for me


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Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: Andrew1806] #668145
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Excellent job Craig, that's convinced me.


Regards Richard

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Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: Andrew1806] #668211
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I have also used Furniture Clinic dyes with good results

Andrew, you mention a black interior, FWIW a renowned car trimmer once told me he gets excellent results with simple black boot polish to recolour scuffs


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Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: Andrew1806] #668230
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Just don’t get in wearing your white dress hahaha


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Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: Andrew1806] #668304
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Thank you to everyone for the input, great looking results on the tan seats! Boot polish eh, might be with a try, but will not be wearing the white dress after, thank you Viper!

Re: Anyone used Colourlock on leather? [Re: CooperMan] #668581
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Originally Posted by CooperMan
I have also used Furniture Clinic dyes with good results

Andrew, you mention a black interior, FWIW a renowned car trimmer once told me he gets excellent results with simple black boot polish to recolour scuffs
. I've used
These squeeze black shoe dyes on scuffs to good results. Available from most big supermarkets.


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