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Bond 3D

Leather Doctor®

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$29.95 - $132.95
0.440 KGS
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Product Overview

Bond 3D a Leather Bonding Repairer by Leather Doctor is a water-based medium soft polyurethane for tears, rips, abrasions, cat scratches, and filling repairs.

Bond 3D will not lift or damage the leather finishes, unlike other dry solvent-based glue.

Bond 3D works in conjunction with leather Patch 4S as sub-patch and suede fibers as fillers.

Bond 3D is to be tested for darkening effect satisfaction on an inconspicuous or hidden spot before actual application.

People Also Ask:

How to Repair a Leather Cut-Through with Bond 3D?

1* Cut-through repairs utilize Patch 4S as a leather sub-patch and this is bonded suede side to suede side.

2* Where tension causes the leather to open, it is stretched to an overlapping position with some pulling help.

3* Preferably the Patch 4S is bonded to one side first prior to bonding the other side to reduce the overlapping effort.

4* This is a slow-drying product thus a blower may come helpful to speed up the drying process.

5* The bonding process will require the bond to cure for tension strength, thus holding the rip in position until fully cured is necessary.

6* Vertical filling gap may be done with added matching coloring for aesthetic.

How to Repair a Fresh and Clean Accident Leather Abrasion with Bond 3D?

1* Abrasion in most cases will roughen up the leather structure with missing finishes.

2* Any soiling is removed with brushing prior to applying Bond 3D to smooth the damages.

3* Repeat application is necessary to build the smooth skin back gradually.

4  Color matching is done accordingly to the finish types. 

How to Repair a Prolonged Contaminated Leather Abrasion & Holes with Bond 3D?

* Constant abrasion with repeat compression may loosen and weaken the leather structure compound with a loss of fibers or missing parts.

* Repairs to such neglected damages may take on a holistic approach to restore systematically the damages.

1* Degreasing with Degreaser 2.2 is recommended to remove surface and penetrated oil and grease soiling in conjunction with Rinse 3.0 to remove foreign contamination.

2* Leather rejuvenation is also recommended to restore the leather's softness and strength with Hydrator 3.3 followed by Fatliquor 5.0.

3* Tightening the leather structure may be necessary to restore over-stretched leather with Impregnator 26.

4* Bonding repair with Bond 3D commence thereafter with smoothening, and filling with donor suede fiber, especially for aniline leathers.

5* Repair prepares the surface for color refinishing that follows with Adhesor 73, matching coloring, and matching topcoat that ends with rub-resistant protection with Protector B.

How to Repair Hair-on-Hide Leather Rip or Tear Repair with Bond 3D?

*Rip or tear is the result of diminished fatliquor (ionic charged fat and oil) from aging or alkaline overexposure.

1* The structure needs to be clean, pH balanced and fatliquor replenished up to 15% to supple it prior to repairing, otherwise the stiff hide may tend to tear again when flexed.

2* The repair may be performed with a bonding Patch 4S or with stitching and camouflaging donor suede fibers.

How to Repair Hair-on-Hide Leather with Bond 3D and Patch 4S?

1* A 1” Patch 4S strip is sufficient to bond a rip with approximately 1/2” on both sides.

2* Bond 3D is applied sufficiently to half an inch along the rip to penetrate and the 1” Patch 4S is also applied half sufficiently.

3* The Patch 4S is placed and pressed accordingly.

4* Let naturally dry with the hair drying option before repeating the other half and align accordingly.

5* Let overnight cure and the hide is ready to flip over to proceed with cleaning the hair side.

How to Repair Hair-on-Hide Leather with Bond 3D by Stitching and Donor Fiber?

1* The hide is cross-stitched with a curve needle to hold the rip together.

2* Bond 3D is applied about ½” on both sides of the rip.

3* Donor fiber is scraped with Razor 60 from the thicker areas of the hide, especially the head and shoulder areas, and applied over the stitching camouflaging it.

4* The repair is left to naturally dry or option drying with a hair dryer.

5* Let overnight cure and the hide is ready to flip over to proceed with cleaning the hair side.


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