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Liquid Leather Pro Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit


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  • 7 Intermix colors
  • Bonding film, Re-usable grain papers
  • Electric pro heat tool, Applicator
  • Practice vinyl, Backing fabric
  • Complete instructions
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Liquid Leather Pro Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit + Liquid Stitch Liquid Invisible Stitch + No Heat! Liquid Leather & Vinyl Repair K
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Technical Details
BrandAs Seen On TV
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions6.7 x 3.7 x 1.5 inches
Item model number6576
  
Additional Information
ASINB000PSMVTA
Best Sellers Rank #1,811 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 3, 2006
  
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Product Description

Get the kit the Pros Use! Heat Tool Included! Professionals make fast, easy repairs to leather, vinyl and naugahyde because of the special heat tool in their kit. This same tool is now available to you in your Liquid Leather repair kit. You can repair holes, rips, tears and burns in minutes. The repair compound colors mix to all popular shades. The colored repair compound is applied into the damaged spot, covered with a grain texture paper, and the paper is heated with the special electric heat tool in your kit. When cool, the grain paper is peeled off, and the repair is finished. Heat causes the repair compound to turn into a leather like material...the grain paper puts the texture in the repair compound. You can repair auto and boat seats, car tops, luggage, dashboards, office furniture, leather jackets... anything made from genuine leather, vinyl, naugahyde and plastic. Note: The repair is made without removing the leather or vinyl ..it is done right in place.

Customer Reviews

Instructions were vague.
A. Speranzo
After applying the heat, the liquid would come up with the paper.
Mary
You have to be an artist to match the color correctly.
J. Dodaro

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By P.A. Jeff on March 11, 2007
This product does an OK job, but don't expect any miracles unless you are a world class artist and can mix the perfect color. It fixed the hole in my leather office chair, but it isn't perfect.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Rahimullah Khan on November 4, 2011
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This stuff is, well... I guess difficult would be the right word all around.

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.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By William C. Boggs on August 6, 2007
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It didn't work like it does on TV though my tear was in a curved area so applying heat was a challenge.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By D. Jover on August 2, 2007
Got the stuff and the leather solution was switched with the fabric solution and caused a bigger tear. Seller wouldn't even give me a full refund for my loss. My suggestion, don't waste your time and money on this stuff...IT SUCKS!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Vickie GRAVES on August 8, 2008
hard to match color, then very hard to get it hot enough. an ok fix for a limit time but doesn't last long before the patch area begins to crumble.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Arden Rei on March 20, 2011
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Our 7-year old IKEA Kramfors couch had a hole in it. It was a small hole that eventually turned into a 3-inch tear...complete with the white stuffing popping out. It was an eye-sore but we didn't want to buy a new couch. So, we used the leather repair kit - and it worked! It's not pretty since it wasn't a seamless job...but you don't see white stuffing popping out of it anymore. You just see a 3-inch dull, bumpy/texterized circle where the 3-inch rip used to be. I should have just started out with the black color instead of trying to mix the brown with the black to create the black/brown color. I also used a metal spatula instead of the heat tool the kit came with. It was too small for our tear and it would have taken forever. I just placed the metal spatula on our electric stove to "warm" it up and then placed it on the white texture paper that was included in the kit. No more tear!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Marjorie Isack on May 26, 2014
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Product did not work at all as the "glue" did not hold. Color matching looked to be a challenge and instructions are poor.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Brzozowski on March 31, 2008
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It gets the patch to hot or not hot enough. I burnt my spot. It shouldn't even be offered as an option.
If you just apply the 300 degrees with an iron on the bad area only// you have good chance of success. This stuff does work.
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