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Can I touch-up leather or vinyl without dyeing the whole piece?

Yes, with a close-matching color, you can touch up and correct discoloration, stains and conceal repairs on leather or vinyl upholstery.

Without a matching color, however, you will have blend surrounding areas or perhaps refinish the entire piece. This is more money, more labor, and can be more maintenance.

Click here for help matching a color.

Or learn about the best candidates for color changing your vinyl or leather upholstery.

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  1. Cary Mrozowski says

    I need to color 4 barstool seats ( diameter of each seat is approximately 20” and the cushion height is approximately 3” [ the sides of the cushions are leather too]). I will be coloring the entire cushions and will be matching, as close as I can, the existing color. How many ounces of dye do I need to purchase?

  2. Tricia Hardzog says

    Everything is great about this company! FAST delivery and easy to use!! I stained faded leather to blend with non faded spots and it looks great! I ordered a few swatches and was able to pick a color just like my couch. I’m so pleased!

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