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LOCBONDSO DIY Automotive Car Seat Leather Vinyl Repair Kit
LOCBONDSO DIY Automotive Car Seat Leather Vinyl Repair Kit
LOCBONDSO DIY Automotive Car Seat Leather Vinyl Repair Kit
LOCBONDSO DIY Automotive Car Seat Leather Vinyl Repair Kit
LOCBONDSO DIY Automotive Car Seat Leather Vinyl Repair Kit
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LOCBONDSO DIY Automotive Car Seat Leather Vinyl Repair Kit - MULTI

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Federico
22/06/2018 14:32:49
ought this to hide a tiny split that appeared in the fold line in the front of the arm of my bonded "leather" loveseat--first indication of its 8-years of service. The spot of white backing showed and drew my eye to it. Received the kit, followed instructions, cleaned , mixed color (imperfectly) practiced (not much help). Applicator too large. Applied with a spear from a Lego set. Later used a small paintbrush. Three coats accomplished the cover-up.. Not as smooth as I would have wished but I lost patience. Now it's not noticeable to anyone but me. Mission accomplished. A month later, tiny holes appeared in the back of the seat (not sure what happened). I mixed the color better and applied it essentially to color the backing and smoothed surface with my finger. (water clean-up) . Dried only minimally darker than when wet. Took a second attempt to address all the tiny holes. So much for bonded leather. Hope this repair keeps that pretty loveseat from looking like junk for a while longer. Could not manage to use this stuff for a slit in an old desk chair--but I did color the stuffing so the slit doesn'stand out at first glance. Fortunately, my family and friends only glance at my furniture before sitting in it and don't actually look for flaws.

Description

Are you still troubled by leather problems such as tarnishing, mildewing, peeling or cracking? You need this LOCBONDSO DIY Automotive Car Seat Leather Vinyl Repair Kit. It can help you to repair any cracks, cuts, burns and tears on leather and vinyl material surface. With different colors and grain papers, it can match various materials. It can make things virtually new with long-lasting effect. Really a good helper for you.

Main Features:
Repair and restore leather scratches
A variety of colors and grain papers to match different materials
Long-lasting effect to make things new
● Suitable for leather car seat, sofa, coat, bag, shoes, etc.

Specification

Specification

Brand: LOCBONDSO
Material: Vinyl
Color: Black,Blue,Brown,Green,Red,White,Yellow
Special function: Leather repairing

Dimension and Weight

Product size (L x W x H): 2.50 x 2.50 x 8.70 cm / 0.98 x 0.98 x 3.43 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 8.00 x 5.50 x 17.00 cm / 3.15 x 2.17 x 6.69 inches
Product weight: 0.0213 kg
Package weight: 0.1247 kg

Package Contents

Package Contents: 7 x Heat Cure Compounds , 1 x 15gm Repair Adhesive , 1 x Heat Transfer Tool , 3 x Grain Paper , 1 x Backing Fabric , 1 x Leather Piece , 1 x Mixture Cup , 1 x Spatula , 1 x Instruction Manual
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Leather Restoration Tool for Sofa Holes Scratch Damage- Multi
Leather Restoration Tool for Sofa Holes Scratch Damage- Multi
Leather Restoration Tool for Sofa Holes Scratch Damage- Multi
Leather Restoration Tool for Sofa Holes Scratch Damage- Multi
Leather Restoration Tool for Sofa Holes Scratch Damage- Multi
Leather Restoration Tool for Sofa Holes Scratch Damage- Multi

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Federico
22/06/2018 14:32:49
ought this to hide a tiny split that appeared in the fold line in the front of the arm of my bonded "leather" loveseat--first indication of its 8-years of service. The spot of white backing showed and drew my eye to it. Received the kit, followed instructions, cleaned , mixed color (imperfectly) practiced (not much help). Applicator too large. Applied with a spear from a Lego set. Later used a small paintbrush. Three coats accomplished the cover-up.. Not as smooth as I would have wished but I lost patience. Now it's not noticeable to anyone but me. Mission accomplished. A month later, tiny holes appeared in the back of the seat (not sure what happened). I mixed the color better and applied it essentially to color the backing and smoothed surface with my finger. (water clean-up) . Dried only minimally darker than when wet. Took a second attempt to address all the tiny holes. So much for bonded leather. Hope this repair keeps that pretty loveseat from looking like junk for a while longer. Could not manage to use this stuff for a slit in an old desk chair--but I did color the stuffing so the slit doesn'stand out at first glance. Fortunately, my family and friends only glance at my furniture before sitting in it and don't actually look for flaws.
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ought this to hide a tiny split that appeared in the fold line in the front of the arm of my bonded "leather" loveseat--first indication of its 8-years of service. The spot of white backing showed and drew my eye to it. Received the kit, followed instructions, cleaned , mixed color (imperfectly) practiced (not much help). Applicator too large. Applied with a spear from a Lego set. Later used a small paintbrush. Three coats accomplished the cover-up.. Not as smooth as I would have wished but I lost patience. Now it's not noticeable to anyone but me. Mission accomplished. A month later, tiny holes appeared in the back of the seat (not sure what happened). I mixed the color better and applied it essentially to color the backing and smoothed surface with my finger. (water clean-up) . Dried only minimally darker than when wet. Took a second attempt to address all the tiny holes. So much for bonded leather. Hope this repair keeps that pretty loveseat from looking like junk for a while longer. Could not manage to use this stuff for a slit in an old desk chair--but I did color the stuffing so the slit doesn'stand out at first glance. Fortunately, my family and friends only glance at my furniture before sitting in it and don't actually look for flaws.
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