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Faded or worn leather doesn't look great, but if you're looking for one solution that revitalises leather furniture, car seats and bags, you'll be glad to know a repair pen can easily repair small areas.
Although the features and benefits of a leather repair pen are mainly self-explanatory, here is a quick overview of why you need an item like this in your repair arsenal:
With a complete colourant solution in a wide range of colours, including black, medium brown, tan and many more, a leather touch up pen ensures your furniture, handbags or jackets have vivid colouring for many years to come.
Using a leather repair pen is a durable solution to restore the look of your worn or faded leather sofa or clothing item.
Inspect the leather item for signs of wear, tear, fading, or any other damage that needs repair.
Clean the leather surface using a gentle leather cleaner to remove any dirt, oils, or other residues that might interfere with the repair pen's adhesion.
If the leather is severely worn, you might need to use a suitable filler before using the leather repair pen. Apply a base coat of filler close to the leather’s original colours, let it dry, then apply a topcoat of filler that is slightly lighter in colour.
Choose a leather repair pen nib that closely matches the colour of your leather item. If possible, test the pen in an inconspicuous area to ensure a good match.
Shake the leather repair pen well before use. Gently apply the leather repair pen to the damaged or worn areas in thin layers, allowing each layer to dry before applying the next. Be it leather jackets, handbags or auto seats, take your time and cover the worn area completely.
Allow the repair pen to dry completely. The drying time may vary, so it's advisable to follow the instructions on the pen packaging.
With many colours in stock, add your chosen pen to your basket, and look forward to your leather looking fantastic again.