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Angelus Leather Dyes

USE FOR: Dyeing

USE ON: Smooth Leathers (not for suede or nappy leathers)

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Angelus Leather Dye is a permanent liquid dye used for changing the color of all smooth leather articles. This dye is guaranteed to penetrate leather and form a lasting color which will not peel, crack, or wash off. Excellent for use in manufacturing or re-coloring saddles, tack, shoes, belts, purses, wood, etc.

Due to Federal fire regulations this can only ship by UPS Ground and only less than a quart (liter)(1000ml) at a time, and only to the 48 states.   

Made in: Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)

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3 oz. $3.95 $3.49 $3.19

Due to Federal fire regulations this can only ship by UPS Ground and only less than a quart (liter)(1000ml) at a time, and only to the 48 states. ups ground is only shipping option for this product! STOP- MUST GO UPS GROUND!!

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Angelus Leather Dye is a permanent liquid dye used for changing the color of all smooth leather articles. This dye is guaranteed to penetrate leather and form a lasting color which will not peel, crack, or wash off. Excellent for use in manufacturing or re-coloring saddles, tack, shoes, belts, purses, wood, etc.

Note: Color 507 has additional ingredients that allow the dye to penetrate hard and/or difficult leathers.

Each bottle of dye comes with one Wool Dauber

Directions:

Before dyeing, remove any dirt or existing finish by using Angelus Preparer and Deglazer. To clean, dilute, or mix leather dye colors, use Angelus Dye Reducer Solvent. Apply two coats of dye evenly with wool daubers. After dyeing, use one of the three different Angelus Acrylic finishes. Allow 4-8 hours to dry before wearing any dyed article of leather. For smooth leather only.

Note: The Angelus Dyes can have a bright green metallic look to the leather when to much is applied. This is called the "Bronzing effect" and is caused by an excess amount of pigment. The solution to this is to saturate a rag or cotton ball with rubbing alcohol and wipe down the leather. This should restore the leather to the look of the dye color.

 

Due to Federal fire regulations this can only ship by UPS Ground and only less than a quart (liter)(1000ml) at a time, and only to the 48 states.   

Angelus Leather Dye Reducer/Solvent

Formulated for use with Angelus Leather Dye for diluting, mixing colors, and cleaning.

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  4 oz. bottle
$2.95
$2.65
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MOST HELPFUL REVIEWS
2/3/2011
5
This dye works very well. I diluted it with denatured alcohol from Lowes and was able to lighten it up. I make doll clothes and match colors.
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4 of 4 users found this review helpful.
3/5/2011
5
After a rough winter wrecked the color of my light brown boots this dye turned them into a new pair of black ones. Easy to use!
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3 of 3 users found this review helpful.
1/20/2011
5
Been using it since the 70s and it's still great.
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3 of 3 users found this review helpful.
7/20/2011
4
very good though very toxic ! wish the color range was a bit more wider!
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2 of 3 users found this review helpful.
7/15/2011
5
Awesome except the top on one was loose and some leaked out during shipment but it was contained in the plastic bag.
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1 of 1 users found this review helpful.
MOST RECENT REVIEWS
12/8/2013
5
This worked so well and it was my first project - a pair of shoes from a butterscotch to dark brown. I also did a pair of boots from a dusty brown to brick. This dye was so easy to use and didn't have a strong smell. I love it.
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8/7/2013
5
I purchased this dye to fix my Tano leather purse that faded. Local store charges $50 to re-dye leather purses and I did it for less than $20 with all the prep and finish materials! Looks fabulous..but the only problem is that all my friends want me to do their purses!
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3/14/2011
5
Just what I was looking for to color on gourds.
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