Aniline Leather Dye-21

Leather Doctor®

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Product Overview

Aniline Leather Dye-21 by Leather Doctor is a new generation water-based staining transparent dyestuff that is more lively and brilliant than most liquid dyes.

Aniline Dye-21 provides superior light fastness and fade resistance than most standard liquid dyes formulated for refinishing absorbent aniline, nubuck, and suede.

People Also Ask:

What is the General Sequence for Redyeing Aniline Leather with Aniline Dye-21?

A- Degreasing:

1- Leather Degreaser-2.2 is used to remove the presence of body grease and oil, especially in those body contact areas.

2- Leather Rinse-3.0 is used to remove suspended soiling.

3- Leather Acidifier-2.0 is used to control bleeding.

B- Stain Removal:

1- Stains are removed accordingly, otherwise, the darkest stain becomes the lightest color choice just to camouflage it, especially working with transparent dyestuff the beauty of the grain and the blemishes both equally will show through.

C- Surface Wear and Abrasion Repair:

1- Leather Adhesor-73 is used to smooth surface wear and abrasion by sight or by the feel of the hand.

D- Pre-inspection for Surface Tension:

1- Leather Surfactant-3.6 is used to inspect for any surface tension, especially on heavily used areas.

E- Surface Soil Removal:

1- A leather eraser or Leather Eraser-4 is used in addition to a horsehair brush to remove suspended dry soiling.

D- Dye Staining:

1- Leather Aniline Dye-21 staining can be applied with lint-free paper towels, plush, foam, or high-quality varnishing brushes; without surface contact airbrushing produces the best result.

2- Fast dry with an air blower and the surface is inspected for evenness or correction until satisfaction.

E- Leather Softening with Fatliquor-5.0

1- Hydrator-3.3 is used to relax the leather prior to fatliquoring.

2- Fatliquor-5.0 is used to replenish the leather with fat and oil for softness when the leather dries.

F- Topcoating:

1- Leather Aniline Top-21G is used to lock in the dyestuff from crocking and bleeding.

G- Non-Stick Protection:

1- Use Leather Scent Protector-B+ or scentless Protector-B.

What is the General Sequence of Re-dyeing for Nubuck and Suede with Aniline Dye-21?

* The general sequence is similar with leather except for the brushes, erasers, and airbrushing accordingly.

*Nubuck - use a nylon brush, leather eraser, and Leather Scent Protector-S+ or the scentless version Protector-S.

*Nappa-Suede - use a nylon brush, suede eraser or Eraser-5, and Leather Scent Protector-S+ or the scentless version Protector-S.

*Split-Suede - use a brass brush, suede eraser or Eraser-5, and Leather Scent Protector-W+ or the scentless version Protector-W.

How to Airbrush Nubuck and Suede with Aniline Dye-21?

1- Staining is done with airbrushing with better control for distributing dyestuff to produce the best result.

2- Set air pressure (80 to 100psi).

3- Adjust to cone-shaped spray.

4- Increase atomization and decrease feed.

5- Spray in a circular motion with deep brushing without saturation.

6- Repeat a section at a time and brush accordingly.

7- Brush again when dry for a “finger writing effect”.

8- Post-inspection with Hydrator-3.3

9- Dye Fix with Nubuck Dye Fix-99

10- Fatliquoring with Fatliquor-5.0




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