Leather & Vinyl Weld
- Available in 50ml
- Use where a quick repair is required
- Can be used with a Grain Pad
- Great for dashboards and other plastics
- Excellent flexibility
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The Weld is used for filling holes in leather where are a quick repair is required. The product cures in 40 seconds with the use of a Heat Gun or Iron. By using a Grain Pad, you can also imprint a perfect grain pattern into the weld so that the repair blends in invisibly with the surrounding leather. The product isn't brilliantly flexible and so we recommend using the Heavy Filler for filling damages on seating areas or other areas of high use.
Leather & Vinyl Weld is Suitable For
The Leather & Vinyl weld is ideal for repairing damage to all different articles of leather, from furniture and car interiors to clothes, shoes, handbags and even equestrian leathers. It is also ideal for other plastics such as dashboards.
Aniline and Semi-Aniline Leather
Two Tone, Mottled and Antique Finished Leather
Oil and Wax Pull Up Leather
Vinyl and Faux Leather, including Bonded Leather
Leather & Vinyl Weld Coverage and Shelf Life
50ml of Weld will be enough to repair roughly 100 holes 1cm in diameter.
Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Store between 5°C and 40°C.
Once opened, use within 5 years.
Can this only be used on furniture?
No, this can be used to repair holes in any leather, vinyl, or faux leather, and is used widely throughout homes, cars, boats, clothing and many more articles.
Is this suitable for repairing a hole on my dashboard?
Yes, the Leather & Vinyl Weld is perfect for repairing damages on dashboards. It can be used to repair all different types of plastics, leather, vinyl and faux leather.
I have a hole on my leather seating area, can this be used on that?
Yes, you can use the Leather & Vinyl Weld on a leather seating area, however we recommend using our Heavy Filler for these types of repairs. This is simply because the Heavy Filler creates a stronger bond to leather.