Tip & How-To about Motorcycles
So here's how to. Its actually real simple but can be time consuming if doing a colour change.
Can be used for your old faded set, ones you've had a slide in or even if your looking for a colour change.
[B]1.[/B] Go to any shoe repair shop that sells Leather spray dye's in lots of colors.
[B]2.[/B] Also you need the leather deglazer.
[B]3.[/B] Prep leathers, clean, dry and deglaze the area you want to color.
[B]4.[/B] Mask the area you want to color , this is what is time consuming. it gets real messy.
[B]Pic of lowside damage[/B]
[B]5.[/B] Apply dye roughly 4 or 5 coats (if changing colours, less if just touching up). This takes awhile cuz it take long to dry inbetween coats and work on one area at a time.
[B]Pic of Repair (still fresh)[/B]
[B]6.[/B] When all finished let the Leathers sit to fully dry and cure for 4 days to a week if possible.
[B]And now for the all important pics.
This is what the suit looked like before
[B]And after the new colour scheme:[/B]
[B]Some close ups:[/B]
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