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SUEDE DYE/ NUBUCK DYE/ROUGHOUT LEATHER/ IRON-OXIDE LIQUID RECOLOUR & PROTECTIVE DYE

RM 8.00
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Delivery Fee
West Malaysia - RM 4.99
East Malaysia - RM 14.30
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Product Information

Size (length*width*height): 9cm x 12cm x 17cm

This is a Dye Steadfast. It will stay on your Suede materials, due to its charactization and synthesis.
Our dyes are designed to penetrate soft, textured materials like natural leather, unlike ordinary varieties, which will simply roll off.

HOW TO DYE A SUEDE:
Please, Keep in mind that it won’t be possible to go from a darker shade to a lighter one, but from Lighter to Darker shade.

1: Brush out the suede with a soft-bristled shoe brush. Sweep the brush over the entire outer surface of the shoe. A preliminary brushing will remove troublesome dust and debris and get the tiny fibers standing on end, making it easier for the dye to soak deep into the fabric.
Please make sure you brush the grain in all different directions, not just the way it lays naturally.

2: Clean the suede if necessary. A good once-over with a brush should do away with most dry dust and dirt. Use a damp sponge or washcloth (not dripping wet) to wipe down the shoe all over.

3: Cover or remove all external accessories. If the shoes have laces, pull them out and set them aside. Use small strips of painter’s tape to protect any other visible features, such as buttons, zippers, stamps, and accents like sequins. While you’re at it, fold a few strips around the outsole of the shoe (unless you’re planning on recoloring this area as well).
The dye will permanently stain anything that it comes into contact with, so if you don’t want it ruined, tape it up.

4: Use a brush for easy application. Whatever brush you use should have stiff bristles that can reach down into every little nook and cranny of the suede.

5: Dip the brush into the dye. Wet the bristles thoroughly and let the excess dye drip off into the container. Watch out for drips and splatters as you move the applicator back and forth from the dye bottle.
It’s a good idea to pull on a pair of rubber gloves to keep your hands from getting stained.

6: Spread the dye over the shoe. Run the head of the brush over the surface of the shoe to transfer the dye in a single large glob. Conserve your dye.
Be careful not to oversaturate the suede. Concentrating too much dye in one area could create permanent dark spotting, which can be extremely difficult to even out.

7: Massage the dye into the suede using smooth, circular motions. Proceed in small sections until you’ve covered the entire shoe, work slowly and methodically, especially when you're first getting used to the technique.

8: Allow the first coat to dry overnight. Stash the dyed shoes in a cool area with low humidity while they’re drying. It may take anywhere from a few hours to a full day for the dye to dry to the touch.

9: Brush on additional coats for a darker color. The finish may not be even after a single coat of dye.
SUEDE DYE/ NUBUCK DYE/ROUGHOUT LEATHER/ IRON-OXIDE LIQUID RECOLOUR & PROTECTIVE DYE
SUEDE DYE/ NUBUCK DYE/ROUGHOUT LEATHER/ IRON-OXIDE LIQUID RECOLOUR & PROTECTIVE DYE
SUEDE DYE/ NUBUCK DYE/ROUGHOUT LEATHER/ IRON-OXIDE LIQUID RECOLOUR & PROTECTIVE DYE
SUEDE DYE/ NUBUCK DYE/ROUGHOUT LEATHER/ IRON-OXIDE LIQUID RECOLOUR & PROTECTIVE DYE
Shipping Information
ZoneWeightDelivery Fee (RM)
West MalaysiaFirst 1.00 kg4.99
Extra 1.00 kg2.00
East MalaysiaFirst 0.50 kg14.30
Extra 0.50 kg5.10
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