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New leather shoes look and feel great, and they are sure to put a spring in your step. However, if your foot wear has seen better days, or you have grown over-familiar with their look, there are ways you can revitalise these boots, and have them looking as good as new.
The Leather Colour Doctor is pleased to offer an extensive range of leather dyes, perfect for all manner of leather footwear; not to mention suede, canvas and nubuck. If you can colour your foot wear , we’ll help you do so with confidence at a great price.
In addition to a brilliant range of shoe dyes, we have guides and tips to ensure you revitalise your foot wear in the most effective way. If you want to put your best foot forward, we have everything you need to make this possible.
It is an important question to ask, but given we sell leather dyes, of course, the answer is yes!
When selecting a dye, review colour charts and look online for recommendations as to what colour is best for you. Depending on the manufacturer, there might be a colour code for the shoe, and there are colour grid items you can review. Take a note of the colour, and its full name (even if it's black) and compare it with a commercially available product range. Angelus is a quality brand, available at a fair price.
Given so many people dye their leather footwear, there must be many benefits of the process, and here are some details to consider:
These are all fantastic benefits when you dye boots , and if you are looking for guidance with leather dye, The Leather Colour Doctor is here to assist you as best we can.
Please remember these points when you dye your leather shoes:
Once you familiarise yourself with these details, you can carry on with the shoe dyeing process.
The following items, shoe care products and accessories will be useful when changing the colours of your boots:
If you can get scraps of leather that are the same type as the leather from your show, this will be helpful, allowing you to test the paint on the leather material
Also, you’ll need a pair of boots you wish to dye!
Following these steps takes you from start to end of the shoe dye process, enhancing your chances of doing an excellent job.
The first step involves cleaning and then drying the shoe, removing all dirt, dust and grime. You should also remove the laces at this time.
Once you've removed all dirt and the laces, you can start to restore the foot wear. Place some finish remover or preparer onto a cloth and start to rub this onto the shoe. If there are parts of the leather shoe you don’t want to dye, use masking tape to cover them.
This stage is where having a space piece of leather is useful, to ensure you test the leather dye colour, and it comes out as you hope. Some dyes don’t give the desired outcome some people hope for, and this might mean your boots are ruined. Taking this extra step minimises the likelihood of you being disappointed when dying your shoes a new colour.
Now for the main event, and if you follow these steps, there is every chance your footwears will look fantastic:
If you are dyeing suede shoes, be mindful of suede holding liquid dye for a longer time, and shoe dyes take longer to dry on this fabric.
You have many brands to consider when looking for leather dye, and we stock our own patented extensive range that people trust.
We stock a range of effective dyes, great for changing the colour of smooth leather items in a quick amount of time. While we offer effective leather shoe dyes, dyes can also be used on belts, saddles, purses and many more. The brand has many positive reviews, and most products come with a dye applicator, and even the box helps hold the bottle while you use the dye!
Reliable dye is available in a broad range of colours, including many shades of black, blue, brown and rose, as well as more exotic options such as mahogany, oxblood, kelly green, suntan and purple.
When it comes to dyeing products at the right price, we help you find everything you need. Dyeing footwear isn't always a quick or easy job, but when done well, it looks fantastic. You'll love these dyed shoes more than a newly bought pair in this colour