COLOURLOCK Leather Colour is the best choice for recolouring or changing the colour of pigmented Napa leather, vinyl and plastic. Leather Colour is applied with a spray gun or an airbrush. The leather colour has a high covering power but still maintains the features of the leather. It can also be used for converting nubuck to napa and aniline leather to pigmented leather. The Leather Colour is a water based formula that gives extremely high adhesion values if used correctly. It is fully approved for use by leading manufacturers in the automotive , furniture and the aircraft industry. The COLOURLOCK repair method requires that you use Primer, Top Coat and Crosslinker for best and long lasting results. Available in 22 primary colours. Additionally, we offer a pallet of five luminous colours that can be mixed with the 22 primary colours.Note - This product will need to be sprayed using a spray gun. It is suitable only for professionals who repair leather on a regular basis and have experience in spray work.
COLOURLOCK Edge Protection is used to seal open leather cutting
edges on pockets and belts and other objects.The Edge Protection is available in the 22 prime leather colours and can
be mixed to achieve a matching colour. The neutral version of the Edge
Protection can also be mixed with COLOURLOCK Leather Colour or
COLOURLOCK Leather Fresh to be coloured. Please follow the manual.
COLOURLOCK Antique Finish is a colour touch-up based on aniline dye to create an antique effect on porous aniline leather. It is mostly used to refresh antique, uncoloured and embossed leather.
Made in Germany
For professional use only
For best results use in conjunction with COLOURLOCK Primer, Top Coat & Crosslinker
Full instructions will be provided with the product
Application areas: Car Leather, Furniture Leather, Shoes, Bags & Accessories, Leather ClothingFor: Artificial leather, Aniline leather, Refined aniline leather, Pigmented leather, PU leather, Pull Up leather, Semi-aniline leatherCOLOURLOCK Antique Finish is a colour touch-up based on aniline dye to create an antique effect on porous aniline leather. It is mostly used to refresh antique, uncoloured, vegetable-tanned and embossed leather. The colour should be applied using a sponge. The wipe marks created by the sponge together with this product's very low opacity / covering power contribute to the antique look. It can be mixed with COLOURLOCK Leather Colour for a deeper tone and higher opacity if desired. For best results, apply a layer of COLOURLOCK Primer before using this product to prepare the surface, and fix the final look with COLOURLOCK Top Coat and Crosslinker at the end. COLOURLOCK Antique Finish is available in black, yellow, blue, red and brown. Brown is the most common colour. Note - whilst spraying is not necessary, a certain amount of knowledge of spray work will be helpful to achieve excellent results with this product.
COLOURLOCK Luminous Colours are available in addition to the 17 primary colours. Many leather items such as motorcycle racing suits, trendy handbags, jackets or other accessories have luminous or fluorescent coloured leather. As these luminous colours cannot be achieved only by using the 17 primary colours, the Luminous range comes in very handy for special work and increases the scope to repair and recolour. They can be mixed with our 17 primary Leather Colours to achieve a specific shade or tone. Top Tip: If colouring an area in a fluorescent colour, apply a layer of white before and if necessary thin them down with water. Luminous Colours are somewhat transparent and slightly thicker than standard colours and hence show up better on a white background. This product will need to be sprayed using a spray gun. It is suitable only for professionals who repair leather on a regular basis and have experience in spray work.
COLOURLOCK Aniline Dye is not a pigment-based colour. Aniline Dye is
transparent like ink and ideal as thinned additive for the creation of multi-
coloured effects on leather. Aniline Dye can be added to the Primer, the
Leather Colour or the Top Coat. The concentration should be kept below
5% to prevent the Aniline Dye from bleeding through the top! Always check
with a rub test for discolouration.Aniline dye is available in black, yellow, blue, red and brown