Angelus Acrylic Leather Paints are brilliant and opaque in color, and are to be used for decorating, staining, or edging smooth leather and vinyl articles. Ideal for painting special areas on western boots, belts, tennis shoes, purses, jackets, etc. The manufacture guarantees that Angelus Leather Paint, when dry, will not peel, crack, or rub-off. Waterbased for easy clean up. To promote a higher gloss finish on some leathers, first apply Angelus Clear Acrylic Finisher, let dry, then apply paint.
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Directions: Apply with a fine paint brush or sponge pad. Allow to dry between coats. Acrylic Leather Paint may be applied with a spray gun or airbrush. For best results, make sure article is clean before application. allow to dry completely before wearing. Clean up equipment with soap and warm water. For higher gloss and scruff protection, apply a coat of Angelus Finisher. Angelus Acrylic Leather Paint colors may be mixed to obtain different colors. if thinning is necessary water may be used in small amounts but it is best to thin or lighten a shade by adding Neutral Acrylic Leather Paint. It is always best to apply two or more thin coats instead of one heavy coat. This paint has great coverage, so a little goes a long way.
Caution: Some leather articles have a silicone finish applied at the factory, it may be necessary to clean these items with Angelus Leather Preparer and Deglazer. Silicone treated articles may cause Angelus Leather Paint to not adhere correctly to article. When properly applied, Angelus Leather Paint will provide a flexible, permanent, water resistant finish. Best results when paint is left to dry 24 hours in between coats.