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Orange Leather Dye

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10/13/2015
Reginald P.

    I haven't used it yet.

    I haven't used it yet.

    DB
    09/13/2015
    Devin B.

      The dye, when mixed with

      The dye, when mixed with Sole Bright, works great on the icy soles of Jordans. It holds up great, doesnt chip or damage the sole. 10/10 would recommend!

      CL
      05/29/2015
      Cion L.

        As always the best products

        As always the best products out

        E
        11/05/2014
        eatswiththecows

          Excellent color with a little dilution

          In my opinion this is one of the most uniquely colored leather dyes you can buy. I've tried pretty much every single color Fiebing's makes and a couple of the Eco-Flo ones, but when I discovered Angelus I seriously haven't looked back. I love the Blue, Turquoise, and Light Rose for being colorful and bright but my favorite has got to be this luscious Orange. It is really dark when you apply it straight out of the bottle; almost brown it's so dark. I've got it diluted down to like 1:1 though, maybe even more than that, and my leather is coming out a gorgeous rich carrot color. Nobody's got anything like this. Color goes on pretty evenly and evens out considerably as it dries. This dye does tend to dry my leather out in a way that the Fiebing's Pro Oil Dye doesn't, but I just make up for it with a little extra leather conditioner. Wouldn't trade these colors for anything.

          JP
          02/04/2014
          James P.

            color

            Lost its color when applied. I applied to only one skate toe when I seen it turn to just a dark color. I had to use the orange leather paint to try to cover, I have applied 10 coats to the toes of my skates to cover the darkness and when I get into the black light at a skate rink, it still has a much darker almost black color that does not luminess like my other skate.