LeatherNu Complete Leather Color Restoration & Repair Kit
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Unlike most kits on the market, LeatherNu can touch up/re-dye AND repair your leather goods.
Touch up or re-dye worn spots where the leather's original color has faded or been worn off.
Make repairs to leather that is physically damaged with a cut, rip, hole, tear, burn, puncture, etc. using the included professional repair compound.
Seven intermix color dyes easily blend to match any color of leather product you may own.
Repair any leather item you have. Couches, sofas, car seats, jackets, shoes, apparel, and more.
What all is included?
7 Intermix Color Dyes
Easy Color Mixing Guide
Leather Repair Compound
Practice Artificial Leather Sample
Frequently Asked Questions
What colors will LeatherNu Match?
The beauty is that LeatherNu will match ANY color of leather!
What is the difference between LeatherNu and other leather repair kits available?
Other kits only have colored repair compounds which cannot be used to simply touch up a worn or discolored spot on your leather.
Is any heat required to cure LeatherNu's repair compound?
No, in fact, heat is damaging to leather and should be avoided.
Is LeatherNu safe?
Yes, LeatherNu's dyes and repair compound are water-based and non-toxic.
Where is LeatherNu made?
LeatherNu is proudly made in Austin, Texas, USA.
How much coverage does one kit provide?
Each LeatherNu kit contains enough dye to cover about 1-2 square feet of leather once the correct color is blended and matched.
Can I just buy the color I need?
Unfortunately, no. LeatherNu comes with 7 different colors of dye that you blend together to match your particular need. There are simply too many colors, shades, and manufacturers of leather in the world for us to stock a match for them all.
Does LeatherNu work on bonded leather?
In most cases, yes. However, LeatherNu does not work well for bonded leather that is peeling, as it was not designed to be a replacement for the "skin" of bonded leather.
Does LeatherNu work on faux leather and vinyl?
Yes, LeatherNu was designed to work on both genuine and simulated leather.