• Leather Repair Doncaster

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Repair Doncaster

    Leather Repair Doncaster has its own page now as the franchise goes from strength to strength

    Leather Repair Doncaster

    The Doncaster office can carry out all types of leather repsirs and work, if you would like to find out more about the services offered from a simple handbag clean to a full blown leather suite restoration contact us info@leatherrepaircompany.com 01964 614006

    Dave is a highly skilled professional in leather repairs fully trained with a history in upholstery services.

    This is Daves video on leather repairs and his franchise

  • Wax Tailor Pearly Pink Car Shampoo

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Wax Tailor Pearly Pink Car Shampoo

    Wax Tailors car Shampoo Pearly Pink has arrived

    Its taking car care by storm the results are mind blowing and amazing

    Pearly Pink

  • Leather Repairs Gateshead ¦ Autobright Detailing is now open

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Repairs Gateshead ¦ Autobright Detailing is now open

    Yet again we expand further we are now covering Gateshead as well as Newcastle

    The Leather Repair Company is one of the most amazing companies this century with a very focused mind on expansion and domination in a professional market place offering products at affordable prices compared to its competitors

    Leather Repair Gateshead is open

  • Leather Repairs Newcastle

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Repairs Newcastle

    For All Types Of Vehicle Detailing and Leather Repairs In the Newcastle Area use the areas finest and No1 Detailer and Leather Technician Gavin Oliver Auto Bright Vehicle Detailing & Leather Enhancement

    Leather Repairs Newcastle

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  • Leather Repair Pens ¦ Touch Up Pens Videos

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Repair Pens ¦ Touch Up Pens Videos

    A short video on Metallic Leather Repair Pens.

    Our Pens are the Diy Pen Of Choice and The Leather Repair Pen Of Choice Of Professional Restorers, Valeters and Details,

    We are now supplying over 250 Furniture shops world wide with our pens.

    On Line Ordering Leather Repair Pens Store

    Video On Line

  • Leather Repair Pens – Leather Touch Up Pens

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Repair Pens – Leather Touch Up Pens

    Its here and its massive the all new Leather Repair Pen

    We also have a web site coming for these diy pens www.leatherrepairpens.com

    We have even got a seperate facebook page for this Leather Repair Pens

  • Leather Repairs

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Repairs

    Leather Repairs. Repairing Leather Info

    Most repairs to leather are based upon the surface being loss of colour, split, rough or cracked. The key to making perfect repairs is the preparation, making the repairs carried out blend in seamlessly with the surrounding areas..

    Rough or Worn Leather: first step is to deep clean the leather to ensure all dirt has been removed from within the grain. The next step is to lightly sand the offending areas with 320 grit sandpaper, This will remove most of the heavy roughness to the leather surface. This can then be followed with a 1200 grit paper making the areas perfectly ready for repairs and nice and smooth. Now you can use a tack cloth to remove any dust or small particles of leather that may have come off during the sanding processes, if the leather surface is left with small indentations or roughness you can follow this up with some heavy filler either standard white or a coloured heavy filler, this is best applied in thin layers drying each layer between applications, once fully applied this can be sanded back with 1200 grit paper.

    Cracked Leathers: lightly sand the areas with 320 grit sandpaper. Follow this up with some 1200 grit sandpaper. Now go over the area with a tack cloth to remove any dust. You can use a palette knife to spread the heavy filler over the cracked area, leave this for a few minutes to settle, then using a hair dryer, keeping approx 8 inches away from the surface gently heat up the heavy filler until its dry this may take around 5 to 10 minutes, once dry fully sand this down with 1200 grit sandpaper, if you still have an indentation apply more of the heavy filler.

    Leather Prep and Alcohol Cleaner: Before applying any fillers and after carrying out any sanding, next is to wipe over the leathers surface finish with the leather prep, the prep will remove the old surface coating on the leather, making for a much better repair than before. Once you have taken off enough of the old colour and you’re happy with the prepped finish you can allow this to dry and then sand back with 1200 grit paper making this nice and smooth ready for the colourant to be applied. Once sanded back apply with a cloth the Alcohol Cleaner this removes all dirt, grease, waxes and silicones left on the leather surface finish, enabling you to achieve the results of professional, using a DIY Leather Repair Products At Home.

    Applying Leather Colourants & Finishing.


    If you have applied any form of filler to holes or cracks on the leather you will need to blend these in better with the colourant before applying any colour, once you have matched your colour apply to all areas colourant on a sponge dabbing this on so it creates a natural texture like a leather grain. This can then be dried with a hair dryer.

    Doing this you make the fillers used blend in better with the leathers colour, this means you will use far less colourant to complete the job fully. The special coloured fillers we manufacture is a far better way of repairing holes, splits and cracks giving a far better result than just colouring the normal white filler.

    If you are just re colouring an area of leather that has faded or has colour loss, simply sponge this on to the surface, if it’s a complete colour change that your doing (follow the guide we have produced “ How To Change The Colour Of Leather”) once you have been able to apply two or three sponge coats you can follow this up with a couple of coats using a spry gun or airbrush.

    Its very important that between each sponge coat you dry this with a hair dryer on medium heat keeping around 8 to 12 inches away from the dye.

    If required you can before applying the spray coats of dye sand back gently with 1200 grit sandpaper to make this nice and smooth ready for apply a couple of spray cats of colour.

    Now you can proceed to the spraying of two coats of colourant to the finish again drying between each coating.

    The beauty of our products is YOU DON’T WASTE money by having to buy addition promoters or cross linkers as our products are perfect as they are do not require these additional items to complete a truly professional first class finish every single time.

    The Final Stages: Before you start the final steps of spraying on the clear coat sealers, get a tack cloth and very gently move this over the surface to remove any dust particles to ensure no dust is in the finished result. If you do see dust in the surface do not be tempted to pick this wait till the clear coat lacquer is dry as it will come to the surface and this can be lightly sanded back with 1200 grit sandpaper to remove it.

    Now its time to spray on the clear finish coats to the coloured leather surface. Its best to apply approx three to five coats of clear finish to the colour this will seal this in making it extremely tough and very durable.

    The very final coat of clear lacquer that is applied must be perfect and before you do this lightly sand over the finish with 1200 grit paper, this will make the sound for the ultimate of finishes, if the leather surface feels rough, this can be sanded over with 1200 grit sandpaper again before applying you last coating.

    The finish takes around three to fours days to fully set and cure to a very hard wearing durable finish, in most cases is stronger than the original finish on the leather. The can be used after 24 hours safely. But can take up to approx 5 days to cure fully.

    The clear coat lacquer comes in two standard finishes Matt and Gloss, from these two you can make any sheen level you require, by simply mixing them together. Semi Matt is 75% Matt & 25% Gloss, |Satin is 50% Matt & 50% Gloss and Semi Gloss is 25% Matt and 75% Gloss, But adding small amounts in you can achieve any sheen level required.

    For further details on leather repairs and how to guides and videos you can take a look at the Leather Repair Company web site


  • Leather Restoration Balm VW Camper Reviews

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Restoration Balm VW Camper Reviews

    Leather Re Colouring, Leather Colourant Kit and Leather Cleaning Care Kit Reviews

  • Leather Re-Colouring Balm Cream Colour Restoration

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Re-Colouring Balm Cream Colour Restoration

    Leather Re Colouring Balm

    Description: Our Leather ReColouring Balm brings your leather back to life it is a cream texture so it can be worked into the leather to perfection.

    The Balm injects your leather with a fresh lease of life and colour. Excellent on both new and old item’s and perfect for old handbags and Gladstone cases, works wonders on old antique leather goods and Leather Jackets.

    We have over 20 standard colours to choose from in our range of coloured balms.

    We do offer a bespoke service to match to your leather exactly if you wish, all you need to do is to send us a sample of leather and we can mix this for you for a small mixing charge .

    The Leather Repair Company balm works wonders for those ares where fading has appeared.

    The balm gets sucked into your leather so it won’t rub off onto hands or any items of clothing once protected with the protection cream.

    Please visit our site for more details Leather Furniture Clinic

    Please view our video by clicking on the link below.

    Leather Restoration

  • Leather Steering Wheel Restoration Professionals

    Posted Oct 19th, 2018 By in Rich's Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments Leather Steering Wheel Restoration Professionals

    We are steering wheel restoration experts.

    We carry out restoration on all types of leather steering wheels.

    The steering wheel restoration service we offer is for modern, vintage, veteran and classic vehicles. This includes cars, vans, buses, boats and trucks in fact just about anything that has a steering wheel!

    Our restoration process will bring your steering wheel back to life for many more years.

    If your steering wheel is feeling sticky, worn, scuffed or detracting from the look of your car’s interior, have the Leather Repair Company steering wheel repair team bring it back to life for you.

    We can handle all types and sizes of steering wheels for restoration.

    The process starts when your wheel first arrives, this is given to a technician, who will assess your wheel to work out the best forms of restoration for your steering wheel, no two wheels are the same and we believe in offering a bespoke service to each and every client.

    After the first stage is done we then start a very in depth cleaning process and preparation process, to ensure your wheel is fully deep cleaned.

    Now we start with the repairs, like cracks, scuffs, holes, roughness and fading. We carefully repair these using special fillers and binders to blend in all repairs making your wheel secure and perfect once again

    Then we start with the primmer process of applying special sealers and primers to ensure your wheel is sealed ready for its colour restoration applications.

    Then we carry out the full re-colouring system applying anything form three to five coats of leather dye to your wheel making sure its back to its former glory and colour, we use a special high grease resistance leather dye that we manufacture in house, not the standard watered down dyes others use.

    Once this is done we carry out the clear coat sealing system to the wheel, applying several coats of clear coat sealer to seal in all the work that has just been carried our bringing your wheel now back to its former brand new glory and giving it tgis rock hard invisible shield to protect it in the future.

    Then it’s a matter of applying a special blend of conditioning creams and leather protectors to your wheel.
    For a quote please send in pictures of the damage to leatherrepairuk@gmail.com

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