Brillo Colour Sprays Features:
New and improved Brillo leather colour sprays are formulated to renew or change the colour of footwear and accessories. Increased flexibility and pigment for fuller, smooth coverage and natural shine. Also helps to repel water, soil and stains. For use on leather, vinyl and plastic. Toluene-free formula.
Renew or change the colour of leather, vinyl & plastic. Will not rub off.
Repels water, soil and stains. New and improved formulation. Can also be used to colour heels.
The colour should be spot tested in a small inconspicuous area before use.
Colour charts available upon request.
How to use leather colour sprays
Make sure the surface being dyed is clean and dry before spraying. Use Moneysworth & Best’s Leather Preparer to remove all wax, grease and dirt. Glossy surfaces should be dulled to ensure proper adhesion of dye. Before you begin, protect your hands and cover surrounding work area. Tape any part of the leather you do not wish to dye
for protection. Use in a well ventilated area, away from heat and flame.
Best results are achieved when using at a room temperature of over 70oF (21oC). Do not apply at temperatures below 70oF (21oC).
Shake well for at least one minute to adequately mix color formulation. Test dye first on a piece of scrap material before spraying article. If the color test matches, achieve best results by following the directions listed below.
Shake well for at least one minute after the mixing beads begin to rattle. If the mixing beads aren’t rolling freely, turn the can upside down and tap the bottom of the can with the palm of your hand to free the beads. The pigments inside the can must be thoroughly mixed to achieve the proper color and gloss. Not adequately shaking can affect color-matching.
When spraying, hold the can upright and 10-12” away from article. For best results, maintain even pressure on the nozzle. Spray with quick and even-misting passes to create a thin layer of dye. When a thin, smooth, continuous film has been achieved, the dye will have a glare or wet look. Allow the dye to dry 5 minutes and then continue with additional coats as needed. Shake the can periodically between coats.
Always clean the nozzle after spraying. Hold the aerosol can upside down and spray until you see a white gas (2-3 seconds). This will clear the valve and prevent dye from drying in the spray tip, which causes spitting.