Basco Leathercraft Edge Coat Navy Blue Leather Edge Dye Dressing Kote Finish

Ensure your edges are dressed professionally with this Basco leathercraft edge dye, formulated with flexible latex, this leather edge dressing comes with a built-in applicator and comes in many standard and exotic colours, including white, black, yellow, beige, dark brown, red, brown, navy blue, green and blue.



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This 80ml (2.4 oz.) bottle comes with a Basco latex-based, leather edge finish with an in-built applicator that aims at protecting your leathercraft edges and give them a professional shine. This leather edge dye has proven to be elastic when compared to other edge sealants and edge dyes, therefore a reduced risk of cracking or peeling off when used on leather slated to experience flexing. The 80ml bottle will last you for long as you will only need one or two applications.

This leather edge dye dressing works well on restoring your factory leather items, leathercraft projects and leather items such as bags and wallets.

When dressing your leather edges, start by shaking the edge dye well then proceed to check whether your vegetable-tanned leather is clean. Replace the inner and outer cap then reattach the applicator and saturate it in the edge dye before running it on the leather edges until you achieve your desired level before leaving it to dry when you are cleaing the applicator. If you have untreated vegetable-tanned leather or factory treated leather, ensure that you remove the treatment using fine-grit sandpaper.

This leathercraft edge dye comes in many colours.

Please note that our dyes are designed for use on vegetable-tanned leather only. This leather edge dye can also work on any leather that can absorb it. However, if your leather is sealed, it will not absorb the dye or enamel and might start peeling after a while. You can try to solve this by roughening up your leather edges using a sandpaper or Emory board, which will expose the absorbent or grain surface that you can apply the edge dye. This is not a guarantee that this method will work. Always take the necessary precautions to protect your leatherwork from damage by first using a disposable leather item to test this method. If you get the desired results, you can proceed to the actual project.

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