Aniline Leather Dyeing Kit A7.cl

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Aniline Leather Dyeing Kit A7.cl by Leather Doctor strips, degrease, clean, rinse, condition, primer coat, color coat, top coat, and protect leather for another lease of useful life.

*What is the Sequence of Steps to Refinishing an Aniline leather?

Aniline leather refinishing system comprises 4 sequences of processes:

Cleaning, Conditioning, Dyeing, and Protection.

Cleaning is a 5 product systems:

1: Leather Deglazer Stripper 2.3

2: Leather Degreaser 2.2

3: Leather Acidifier 2.0

4: Leather Cleaner 3.8

5: Leather Rinse 3.0

Conditioning is a 2 product systems:

6: Leather Hydrator 3.3

7: Leather Fatliquor 5.0

Dyeing is a 3 product systems:

8: Leather Adhesor 73

9: Aniline Coating Dye 76

10: Aniline Gloss Topcoat 76G

Protection is a 1 product system:

11: Leather Protector B or Leather Protector B Plus

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People Also Ask:

1: What is Leather Deglazer Stripper 2.3?

1.2: How to Work with Leather Deglazer Stripper 2.3?

2: What is Leather Degreaser 2.2?

2.2: How to Work with Leather Degreaser 2.2?

3: What is Leather Acidifier 2.0?

3.2: How to Work with Leather Acidifier 2.0?

4: What is Leather Cleaner 3.8?

4.2: How to Work with Leather Cleaner 3.8?

5: What is Leather Rinse 3.0?

5.2: How to Work with Leather Rinse 3.0?

6: What is Leather Hydrator 3.3?

6.2: How to Work with Leather Hydrator 3.3?

7: What is Leather Fatliquor 5.0?

7.2: How to Work with Leather Fatliquor 5.0?

8: What is Leather Adhesor 73?

8.2: How to Work with Leather Adhesor 73?

9: What is Aniline Coating Dye 76?

9.2: How to Work with Aniline Coating Dye 76?

10: What is Aniline Gloss Topcoat 76G?

10.2: How to Work with Aniline Gloss Topcoat 76G?

11: What is Leather Protector B?

11.2: How to Work on Leather Protector B?

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1: What is Leather Deglazer Stripper 2.3?

1.1: Stripper 2.3 by Leather Doctor is a pH 2.3 balanced leather deglazer stripper to remove unwanted finishes, preparing for new refinishing.

1.2: How to Work with Leather Deglazer Stripper 2.3?

1.2.1: Stripper 2.3 is applied and removed by brushing with Leather Brush 1, Strip Brush 9, and/or with Leather Eraser 4, then extracted with a terry towel before it dries.

 

2: What is Leather Degreaser 2.2?

2.1: Degreaser 2.2 by Leather Doctor is a degreaser for body oil, grease, and sweat contact mainly on headrests and armrests,

2.2: How to Work with Leather Degreaser 2.2?

2.2.1: Degreaser 2.2 is swirl around for about 5 minutes to see the coagulation building up from the bottom, when the coagulation reaches 75% level give it a vigorous shake to gel.

2.2.2: Degreaser 2.2 is saturated to reach penetrated soiling with appropriate brushes and erasers and extracted with a dry terry cotton towel until the towel shows clean. 

2.2.3: Degreaser 2.2 is reapplied and allow dwelling 5 to 30 minutes or before it dries for a complete soiling suspension to occur and is towel extracted until it shows clean.

 

3: What is Leather Acidifier 2.0?

3.1: Acidifier 2.0 by Leather Doctor is a pH 2.0 acidifier rinse for controlling, neutralizing, and pH-balancing leather from bleeding, or getting tacky. 

3.2: How to Work with Leather Acidifier 2.0?

3.2.1: Acidifier 2.0 concentrate ratio of 1: 25 in the 8oz bottle has to be mixed with 218g distilled water before use.

3.2.2: Acidifier 2.0 is applied directly, brushed, and towel extracted until the towel is clean.

3.2.3: Acidifier 2.0 is kept to dwell for 3 to 30 minutes to control dye bleeding or any surface tackiness.

3.2.4: Acidifier 2.0 treatment is complete with a test for a healthy squeaky feel.

 

4: What is Leather Cleaner 3.8?

4.1: Cleaner 3.8 by Leather Doctor with a pH value of 3.8 cleans leather safely without the common adverse side effects often found in other harmful cleaners.

4.2: How to Work with Leather Cleaner 3.8?

4.2.1: Cleaner 3.8 concentrate 1: 64 in the 8oz bottle has to be mixed with 224g distilled water before use.

4.2.2: Cleaner 3.8 is shaken well, applied, and brushed with leather Brush 1 and towel extract until the towel shows clean. 

 

5: What is Leather Rinse 3.0?

5.1: Rinse 3.0 by Leather Doctor is a pH 3.0 balanced rinse for removing suspended soiling and also acts as a leather pH neutralizer.

5.2: How to Work with Leather Rinse 3.0?

5.2.1: Rinse 3.0 concentrates ratio 1: 80 in the 8oz bottle has to be mixed with 224g distilled water before use.

5.2.2: Rinse 3.0 is shaken well, applied, and brushed with Leather Brush 1 and towel extracted until it shows clean and the leather has a squeaky healthy feel.

 

6: What is Leather Hydrator 3.3?

6.1: Hydrator 3.3 by Leather Doctor is a pH 3.3 balanced hydrator that functions both to activate dormant dyestuff to resurface and relax leather of creases and wrinkles allowing in sync with the fatliquoring process using Fatliquor 5.0.

6.2: How to Work with Leather Hydrator 3.3?

6.2.1: Hydrator 3.3 concentrate in the bottle has to be mixed with distilled water at a ratio of 1: 25 or 1 inch from the top of the bottle before use.

6.2.2: Hydrator 3.3 is applied either from the surface or accelerates saturation by working on the reverse side for a quick darkening effect.

6.2.3: Hydrator 3.3 is allowed to dwell from 30 minutes to 72 hours for activating dormant dyestuff to resurface and effective relaxing results.

6.2.4: Hydrator 3.3 when left overnight may need Leather Mold Killer 3.6 to control potential mold growth.

 

7: What is Leather Fatliquor 5.0?

7.1: Fatliquor 5.0 conditioner is a micro-emulsion of fat, oil, and water for rejuvenating, restoring, and softening all types of leather and suede to impart their original suppleness and protect them from dry rotting and stiffness.

7.2: How to Work with Leather Fatliquor 5.0?

7.2.1: Fatliquor 5.0 concentrate in the bottle is to be mixed with warm distilled water at a ratio of 1: 5 or 1 inch from the top of the 8oz bottle before use.

7.2.2: Fatliquor 5.0 is applied and redistributed with appropriate brushes or pads until the thickness of the leather or suede is saturated.

7.2.3: Fatliquor 5.0 is repeated each time water contents evaporate leaving behind only the fat and oil content.

7.2.4: Fatliquor 5.0 sticky residue is further driven into the leather structure or rinsed off until surface milky fat and oil turn clear with Hydrator 3.3.

7.2.5: Fatliquored leather is left to dry naturally for extra softness.

7.2.6: Fatliquored leathers is further staked, massaged, or flexed accordingly with a little wet back with Hydrator 3.3 until dry for suppleness.

 

8: What is Leather Adhesor 73?

8.1: Adhesor 73 by Leather Doctor is a compact primer resin that ensures proper smoothing, sealing, and promotion of adhesion to the leather before color coating. 

8.2: How to Work with Leather Adhesor 73?

8.2.1: Adhesor 73 concentrate in the bottle has to be mixed with distilled water at a ratio of 1: 1 before use.                 

8.2.2: Adhesor 74 is tested for color intensity effect on a hidden area until dry for satisfaction before actual application.     

8.2.3: Adhesor 73 is applied by spreading evenly with Leather Brush 1 or white scouring pad to work into grooves and worn areas, the excess is wiped away with a lint-free towel or until the towel shows clean.

8.2.4: Nappy worn areas are smooth to flatten with a spatula or spoon.

8.2.5: Let dry naturally or speed dry with a blow dryer.

8.2.6: Darkening areas are stretched with a spatula or spoons to improve any darkening appearance.

 

9: What is Aniline Coating Dye 76?

9.1: Aniline Coating Dye 76 is a new generation transparent surface coating dyestuff that coats leather to provide excellent coverage.

9.2: How to Work with Aniline Coating Dye 76?

9.2.1: Working with Aniline Coating Dye 76 by Paasche Airbrushing with a constant air pressure of 80 to 100 psi on a cone shape provides a more even appearance.

9.2.2: Working with Aniline Coating Dye 76 by vanishing brush, or foam brush will need soft light circular strokes to produce a more even appearance especially if a lighter color range is desired. Color intensity builds up with overlapping and the result is more likely a salvage appearance compared with airbrushing. 

9.2.3: A test with the choice application method to satisfy the result on a cardboard is highly recommended.

 

10: What is Aniline Gloss Topcoat 76G?

10.1: Aniline Gloss Topcoat 76G by Leather Doctor is a heavy-duty gloss topcoat to seal aniline leather with excellent toughness and flexibility.

10.2: How to Work with Aniline Gloss Topcoat 76G?

10.2.1: Aniline Gloss Topcoat 76G concentrate in the bottle has to be mixed with distilled water at ratio 1: 2 or 1 inch from the top of the 8oz bottle. 

10.2.2: Use lint-free padding, foam brush, varnishing brush or airbrushing for a professional result.

10.2.3: Blow dry in between applications.

 

11: What is Leather Protector B?

11.1: Leather Protector B by Leather Doctor is a non-stick, rub-resistant conditioner that cuts friction noise and imparts a soft buttery feel on smooth leather.

11.2: How to Work on Leather Protector B?

11.2.1: Leather Protector B concentrates in the bottle has to be filled with distilled water at ratio 1: 19 or 1 inch from the top of the 8 oz bottle before use.

11.2.2: Protector B is shaken well, mist spray, and spread with a brush/pad and it is ready to use when dry.

 

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Edited on May 24, 2024 by Roger Koh.

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