|Brand||As Seen On TV|
|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.7 x 3.7 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||6576|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1153875730-1192049409212|
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I'll admit, I was dubious, but figured I'd give it a shot, because it was better than the alternative. Here's how it was supposed to go:
1. Color-match the liquid patch material (henceforth, "goop") with the handy quick-color guide, then fine tune it to the actual item to be repaired.
2. Heat the heat-transfer device on an iron while you
3. Spread the goop on the repair, backing it with some fabric if necessary, and
4. Apply the grain/texture/transfer swatch onto the goop.
Then it's a simple matter of rubbing the heat transfer device over the transfer swatch to cure the goop, which is heat activated.
But, there were several problems, first and foremost being that the goop is NOT COLORFAST. It gets lighter as it cures, although it is specifically not supposed to. Also, it's impossible to guess for any given mixture how much lighter it will get, so you can't just compensate. Also, if even a tiny bit of it does not cure when you pull the swatch up, it tends to stick to the swatch, then drop away and smear on the general area. This is exacerbated by the fact that the heat transfer device is a 4" wooden dowel with a disc of stamped potmetal glued to the end, and if it's not perfectly even and level (which I assure you, it will not be) it does not heat uniformly and does not apply heat uniformly.
Also, any mistakes or uncured goop is extremely hard to clean, and tends to dry on its own as you're frantically trying to rub it out with the recommended cleaners.
If you're just trying to fix a hole in vinyl or leather, and don't care how it looks, this stuff is great. Mechanically, it's quite strong when applied correctly. Cosmetically, though, well... Maybe you'll get lucky and get it JUST right, or maybe the only people who will ever see it are colorblind.
The hardest part was getting this to cure. Do not THINK this will happen with the included piece of metal on a stick! I ordered a variable temperature heat sealer for less than $20 so I could reach this curing temperature. Nothing in my house except the oven got to 350 degrees. When I got up to 250 on the stove, the I closed tool started smoking. It was still too low of a temperature to cure this.
The final result seems strong. I will update after we use the couch for a while.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Instructions given with product lead an end consumer to a one size fits all type solution. This really only helps with very small wholes in leather, and is very difficult to match... Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I had a hole in a leather-covered stool about the size of a quarter. The product did the trick...sort of. For now, the area isn't at risk of ripping or fraying further. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matt Krawczak
Hot garbage. Mostly I blame the "included heating tool"
Would not buy again or recommend
the colors never match no matter how many times you combined them and they no meltstrip stuck right to my chair did not even take 10 seconds now it stuck there for ever i have yo... Read morePublished 1 month ago by deanne etienne
I did not like this product. Followed directions but it didn't workPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer