Fiebing's

Fiebing's Deglazer Dye and Finish Remover

£7.50
In Stock -
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Fiebing's Deglazer Dye and Finish Remover

£7.50
In Stock -
£7.50
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Details
  • SKU: 2105-01
  • Brand: Fiebing's
  • Type: Colouring & Finishing
  • Availability: In Stock
Description

A solution to remove surface dye and finish in preparation for re-dyeing.

This product is only available within the UK

Suitable for any re-dyeing project to re-colour garments, shoes etc. Deglazer helps to remove old dye pigment and waxes and finishes that may still be present and allows for greater absorbency of a new dye colour. Following dyeing, a finish is recommended and/or to re-nourish the leather after dyeing we suggest using Carnauba Cream or Dr Jackson's Leather Conditioner, depending on the end use.


INSTAGRAM INSPIRATIONS:

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PROJECT IDEAS
Some great Ideas and Inspirations

Ian Atkinson 
Airforce Blue, Leodis Leather.
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Mike Mountain
Tooled and coloured Sunflower bag. The bag was oiled with Neatsfoot and sealed with diluted Resolene, airbrushed on (50/50 mix).
Products used: 2605 - EcoFlo All in One Desert Tan for the flower, Fudge brown for the centre
2110 - Fiebing's Pro Dye dark brown for the bag.
To read about Mike's work click here

Paul McSorley
Wallet.

Trevor Ford

Messenger bag - Les Barbeaux Leather. Products used: 2100 - Fiebings Leather Dye - 2607 Eco-Flo Antique Gel.
See more of Trevor's work on facebook.

Trevor Ford
Purse. Using 2100 - Fiebings Oxblood Leather Dye with 2607 - Antique Mahogany Gel.

Andrew Staves

Zipped Travel Bag - Masked and sprayed to create a geometric pattern on Calf Leather.
Products used: 2100 - Fiebings Leather Dye plus Identity Store IDS-WS Leather Stain - Copper.