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Saphir Brown Shoe Dye 500ml
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The brown Teinture Francaise shoe dye by Saphir (500ml) colours or creates a patina on smooth leather, nubuck and suede.
The brown Saphir Teinture Francaise shoe dye comes in a large 500ml bottle as an economical choice when you want to colour your large leather items, such as jackets, coats, and shoes, or small leather accessories including belts and wallets. This shoe dye is widely used and recommended by leather care experts, is very easy to use and works beautifully on any type of leather.
Use the Saphir brown shoe dye on leather that has been cleaned or that has had its colour removed and make sure that you are in a well-ventilated area. Apply the dye on the entire leather surface that you want to colour, or on leather that has had its colour removed in preparation for dyeing. You can also apply the dye to occasionally touch up scuffs and scratches on the leather and restore its natural beauty. Always begin by testing a bit of the dye on a hidden area to determine whether it produces the desired colour. If you are satisfied with the results, apply an even first coat of the dye and allow it to dry for at least one hour to assess the true colour. For a darker brown shade, do not hesitate to add additional coats of the dye, but be mindful of the one-hour drying time required after each coat. You can then complete the process with a shoe cream to nourish the leather as cleaning and dyeing are harsh processes that cause excessive drying. Shoe creams are either neutral or coloured to allow you to play on the undertones or enhance a patina. For hard leather items, we recommend ending with a shoe polish to waterproof the leather and give it a shine.
Store your shoe dye in a cool, dry place to maximise its shelf life, and remember to tightly close the bottle cap to avoid wastage.
Packaging material: Plastic
Country of origin: France