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How do I prepare leather?

STEP 1

Ensure the leather surface is clean and dry to the touch.

STEP 2

Apply a small amount of Angelus Leather Preparer & Deglazer onto a rag, sponge, applicator pads, cotton balls, or Q-tips.

STEP 3

Wipe down the desired area and allow the product to completely dry. This will remove the factory paint/finish, leaving a clean surface that Angelus Paint will best adhere to. View our tutorial video HERE.

How do I prepare Patent Leather?

STEP 1

In order to prepare patent leather you will need high grade sandpaper and adhesion promoter. Lightly sand down the patent with the sand paper.

STEP 2

After giving it an even sand, wipe down the areas using Angelus Leather Preparer & Deglazer.

STEP 3

Once dry, apply two to three even coats of adhesion promoter allowing the shoes to dry between coats.

Check out our complete Video Tutorial here:

How do I prepare Vinyl?

STEP 1

In order to prepare vinyl you will need high grade sandpaper and adhesion promoter. Lightly sand down the vinyl with the sand paper.

STEP 2

After giving it an even sand, wipe down the areas using Angelus Leather Preparer & Deglazer.

STEP 3

Once dry, apply two to three even coats of adhesion promoter allowing the shoes to dry between coats.

How do I prepare Nike Foamposites?

STEP 1

In order to prepare Nike Foamposites you will need high grade sandpaper and adhesion promoter. Lightly sand down the surface with the sand paper.

STEP 2

After giving it an even sand, wipe down the areas using Angelus Leather Preparer & Deglazer.

STEP 3

Once dry, apply two to three even coats of adhesion promoter allowing the shoes to dry between coats.

How do I prepare suede/nubuck?

When working on suede or nubuck, leather preparer is not needed nor recommended. Simply ensure the surface is clean, dry, and free from debris.

What is Adhesion Promoter?

Adhesion Promoter is a product (usually aerosol) that is used to help paint adhere to non leather surfaces such as rubber, plastics and more. "BullDog Adhesion Promoter" is the recommended brand to use.

What's the difference between Leather Preparer and Acetone? Which should I use?

Although Leather Preparer and Acetone can both be used for the same purpose, Acetone contains much stronger chemicals which can start to eat away at most materials. Leather Preparer is a safer alternative which will not harm leather when applying.