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April 01, 2018

TM Patch Up Brand Offering Leather Repair Patch for Plethora of Uses
Simple-to-use soft leather material eradicates huge rips or ugly spots; product proving perfect for car seats, sofas, jackets, handbags and more. 

October 24, 2017  The TM Patch Up brand ( has been making a splash on the self-repair textile circuit with its innovative leather repair patch, a piece of soft, plain leather material available in a variety of colors perfect for repairing everything from huge rips to unsightly spots. The eight-by-11-inch leather repair patch can be used for car seats, sofas, jackets, handbags and a myriad of other purposes, and the product is simple to use, enabling an easy cut-peel-stick preparation method even novices can take advantage of.

“Leather and vinyl are exceptionally susceptible to wear, resulting in fraying, holes and tears,” explains a TM Patch Upsenior company spokesperson. “Our product easily repairs leather surfaces in minutes, given its hassle-free repair patch formula – all users have to do is clean the damaged surface, cut the desired shape, peel and stick. Our peel-and-stick patches are composed of durable synthetic leather, with highly-adhesive compounds; once applied the ultra-adhesive is resistant to extreme cold and heat. What’s more, the thin design protects the patch from fraying or peeling, and appears seamless.”

TM Patch Up’s leather repair patch can be used in any situation requiring a renewal of aging leather or vinyl surfaces, including damaged surfaces found in automobiles, aircraft or marine-craft, as well as on any furniture such as sofas, chairs and more – all of which are brought back to near-new perfection in minutes. Additionally, TM Patch Up carries most standard colors to match nearly all surfaces, and the repair patch can also be used to quickly mend leather apparel such as shoes, bags, purses and more. Designed to provide long-lasting repair results, this eco-friendly patch kit works easily without the need to heat or iron.

“One bright side of a downward-facing economy is that we’re all a little less wasteful and more apt to fix, rather than replace, damaged goods,” adds the TM Patch Up company spokesperson. “During the 1930s, Val 'the Bish' Cismoski came up with a way to quickly repair canvas belts on steam-powered machinery, so farmers wouldn’t have to lose precious harvesting time to replace a torn belt – fast-forward some 75 years, and we’re putting the same formula to use mending ripped clothes, torn seat cushions and frayed shoelaces.

“The TM Patch Up leather repair patch is the definitive answer for fixing anything boasting valued cowhide surfaces.”

The leather repair patch is available through Amazon at

More information about TM Patch Up and its innovative leather repair patch can be obtained by visiting