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Username Post: dying leather        (Topic#343425)
chevyman_ky 
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Loc: harlan co. ky
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03-19-17 08:50 PM - Post#2682294    

I'm repainting my 65 impala 4-door hardtop it was black, I'm going back with the original color of evening orchid I'm wanting to update the seats, I found a set in a cadillac that I like but they are tan. interior of car is black has anyone had any luck dying leather?



 




toro455 
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toro455
Loc: Western NY
Reg: 06-15-02
08-28-17 08:12 PM - Post#2705965    
    In response to chevyman_ky

I did a leather steering wheel cover from tan/natural to black. I used Fiebing's leather dye purchased on Amazon. My job was obviously smaller than yours. I thought it worked great for my project but with a larger surface and potentially a more buffed/shiny surface the results might be different. I would try it on a similar leather first or in an area which is not visible.



 
chevkarl 
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Reg: 10-01-13
09-29-17 02:50 AM - Post#2709180    
    In response to chevyman_ky

SEm and leatherique have quality dyes for leathers. Just remember to prep it really good.



 




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