Changes colour, even black to white.
Repairs scuffs, scratches and restores colour. Dries to a shine.
For leather, canvas and synthetic leather.
Suitable Fabrics: Canvas Items (Shoes, Bags etc), Leather, Faux Leather.
Tarrago Self Shine Leather Dye 25ml & Preparer 25ml.
Full instructions are supplied with the packs.
NOT SUITABLE for suede or nubuck.
Tarrago Self Shine Colour Dyes
Changes colour, even black to white. Repairs scuffs, scratches and restores colour. Dries to a shine, an after finish is not required.
For leather, canvas and synthetic leather.
Not suitable for suede, nubuck and similar materials.
a) Leather footwear and goods:
For a proper preparation apply TARRAGO PREPARER or CONDITIONER with a used green scouring pad in order to remove dirt, shoe creams and protectors on the leather which would prevent a correct application of the dye.
b) Synthetic leather footwear and goods:
DO NOT use the green scouring pad. Rub only with a cloth soaked in TARRAGO PREPARER or in alcohol, and dye immediately after this.
c) Canvas footwear:
To prepare this footwear, wash shoes. Apply one or two coats of dye on the damp canvas following the procedure for leather footwear.
Colour change or colour restoration:
Leather or synthetic leather footwear and goods
1) Stir the bottom of the bottle of dye with the paintbrush until colour is even.
2) With the half-loaded paintbrush paint the joint between the sole and the leather, on the seams, scratches, ornaments, etc.
3) Apply one or two brushstrokes of dye on one end of the sponge.
4) Rub gently in a circular motion on all the surfaces to be dyed, applying another brushstroke if necessary. Without adding more dye some touches can be applied with the sponge on the dyed surface to even up the colour.
5) Once the first coat is dry apply a second coat by repeating the operation in order to even up the colour. Apply a third coat if necessary.
6) Once the procedure is finished, wash the sponge and paintbrush with water in order to prevent them from drying out.
It will be observed that having applied 2 or 3 coats, the quantity of dye used has been very small and therefore the result is a dyeing and not painted. The leather gets smooth and flexible and the dye will not peel off. After 5 hours the dye will be completely dry and resistant to a dry or wet rub.
We start processing your order without delay and will normally send it to you by same day dispatch if ordered by 1pm. UK orders are usually received within 2-3 business days following dispatch. Mainland European and Southern Ireland orders are sent by International Standard mail and are generally received in under 7 days. Worldwide orders to other destinations outside the UK are normally sent by International Economy mail unless otherwise agreed.
You must inform us within seven working days of receipt if the goods are lost or damaged in transit so that we can make a prompt claim against the delivery company and correct the problem. It is the responsibility of the customer to provide the correct delivery address. Undelivered goods which are correctly addressed are assumed lost after 30 days following dispatch, at which time a full refund will be paid. Please quote your order number in all correspondence.
The Dye Shop, its employees, and carriers are not responsible for any additional loss or damage beyond the value of the ordered products of any kind sustained by any person as a result of purchasing its products.
Shipping & Handling
Shipping and Handling is Free on all Orders.
Your rights to return goods are protected under the EU Distance Selling Directive.
You are entitled to cancel your order and return the goods within 14 working days for a full refund, including the cost of delivery. Do this by contacting us by email or telephone and quoting the order number supplied to you. Your refund will be paid within 30 days. You are responsible for the cost and risk of loss or damage when returning the goods, so you should ensure that they are securely packaged and take out adequate postal insurance to cover their value. This cancellation policy does not affect your rights when we are at fault - for example, if goods are faulty.
Any goods returned should reach us in saleable condition.