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Black Vinyl & Leather Finish

(112 customer reviews & photos)

Black is the most versatile color. Use it on leather, vinyl, auto interiors, rubber, plastic, even shoes, jackets, or handbags.

$16.00$70.00

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Many repair projects also need these items:

Clear Prep+Finish™ Conditioning Sealer

$8.00$31.00

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Cleaner for Non-Absorbent Upholstery

$8.00

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Leather Filler & Vinyl Repair Putty

$16.00$26.00

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Vinyl Repair & Leather Filler KIT

$22.00$40.00

Picture of leather filler and vinyl repair putty kit which includes tools and sandpaper
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112 reviews for Black Vinyl & Leather Finish

  1. xavier J.
    April 8, 2022
    The product will come off with water because it is water based, just be aware of that. if you buy this one, you most likely will need a clear coat to ...More
    The product will come off with water because it is water based, just be aware of that. if you buy this one, you most likely will need a clear coat to prevent it from coming off as much. The customer service of this company is impressive, I was outraged because the paint ruined a shirt of mine when the paint came off from the couch, I was not expecting this after leaving the couch drying for about a week.

    after communicating with customer service about the incident, they assisted me without hesitation and help me deal with the issue.
    Craig
    March 12, 2019
    I had high hopes for this product. I was going to dye several chiropractic tables. I tested the product by dyeing 2 vinyl bolsters. It went on easy an...More
    I had high hopes for this product. I was going to dye several chiropractic tables. I tested the product by dyeing 2 vinyl bolsters. It went on easy and covered well. After 2 days of drying time I tested the adhesion by rubbing it with a wet paper towel and also Clorox wipes. With a little rubbing both removed the dye. I certainly cant use it on tables that people will be lying on. Disappointed for sure.
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