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Ash Grey Cover-Up Dye
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Ash grey shoe cover-up dye by Famaco recolours and protects all sneakers.
Famaco's ash grey colour cover-up dye helps to intensely recolour the leather of damaged, scuffed and dull sneakers. Cover-up dye has a high pigment content that also allows you to change the colour of your sneakers and personalise them as you please. The bottle of dye comes in a kit with two applicators: a brush to precisely repair and dye damaged areas, and a sponge to unify the dye across the entire surface of the leather. Famaco dye has high covering power and can be used to strengthen original colour or dye your sneakers and trainers damaged by the passage of time.
The cover-up dye should be applied to clean, dust-free leather. Shake the bottle well to mix before opening. To recolour a small area, apply the dye with small strokes of the brush to the damaged part of the leather to restore its appearance. To restore colour to the entire surface of the leather, use the sponge by dabbing the surface to even out the colour and appearance of the leather. Allow to dry after application. If the colour doesn't seem intense enough, you can add one or more layers of dye, making sure that you always allow the correct drying time. Always finish the dyeing process by caring for the leather by applying a nourishing, recolouring cream polish, and a wax polish for extra shine.
Store your shoe cover-up dye in a cool, dry place to ensure a long shelf life, and remember to tightly close the bottle cap.
Colour: Ash Grey
Packaging material: Plastic
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Stripped an old pair of leather chukkas and purchased this grey dye to recolor them—even though the stripped shoes were still a mottled golden brown, this dye covered exceptionally well. If not for my haste, it would have been perfect. They are now grey leather.