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Dyeing

Shoe dyeing is a procedure used for creating a patina, for changing the colour of the leather or for renovating heavily damaged, colour-faded shoes. The first step involves the deep cleaning of the leather. When this is done, the colour has to be removed so that the dye can properly penetrate the leather. Any areas not to be dyed, such as the sole or the heel, must be covered. A brush should be used to apply the dye and any excess product should be removed with a polishing cloth. Towards the end of the process, apply a shoe polish in the same colour as the dye to soften the leather and reinforce its tint, and shine the shoes with a soft cloth.