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Saphir Colour Remover - 100ml
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The colour remover by Saphir (100ml) strips the colour from your leather shoes.
The colour remover by Saphir helps you change the colour of your leather shoes by completely stripping the existing colour to pave the way for a new leather dye. It gradually works on the leather to lift away the old dye without being too abrasive on the shoes. This product is intended for the occasional modification of your shoe colour, and should not be used as a regular leather care product. The Saphir colour remover can be applied to any type of non-delicate smooth leather, whether it be a pair of leather shoes, boots or other leather items including belts, wallets and even bags. The small 100ml can of colour remover is enough to remove the colour from two pairs of shoes.
Use the Saphir colour remover on leather that has already been dusted. It should be applied in a well-ventilated area and any valuable objects should be covered to prevent accidents. Test the product on a hidden area of the shoe to see how it reacts with the leather. If the leather loses its colour after the product has dried, apply the colour remover to the rest of the shoes. If the tested area does not lighten in colour, discontinue the colour remover as it could cause damage to your shoes. If you are satisfied with the results, unscrew the security cap of the bottle and dampen a cotton polishing cloth with the colour remover. Rub the cloth gently on the leather to strip away its colour. You can apply several successive layers for a stronger colour removal effect. Allow the product to work on the leather for at least one hour after each application. Then apply a leather dye and a nourishing shoe cream to help preserve the beauty of the newly-coloured leather.
Store your Saphir colour remover in a cool place, away from light.
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