Setacolor Leather is a range of acrylic paints specially designed to customize and repair leather and synthetic leather. This range offers a modern color chart composed of colors with unique effects: 23 MATES/SATINATED colors, 12 colors with effect: METAL, PURPURPURINE, FLUORESCENT, PHOSPHORESCENT and DUOCHROME, 10 FINE-TEARTS with extra fine tip, and 6 ACCESSORIES to prepare, realize and protect your creations. The colors are packaged in a 25% recycled PE bottle in 45 ml format, and the auxiliaries are available in 110 ml format.
The colors are applied on a support previously degreased with the preparer-degreaser of the range to remove the protective varnish that covers the support and degrease it for optimal adhesion of the colors.
The resistance of the range has been approved by the application of a test protocol based on 100,000 folds, but also by a wet rubbing resistance test after 200 cycles according to ISO 11998, demonstrating that the SETACOLOR LEATHER range is 3 times more resistant than market standards.
Pébéo innovates in this technique by offering a range of 10 colors of markers specially designed for Leather and Synthetic Leather.
With an extra fine tip, you can easily work on the personalization of leather and synthetic leather supports when starting out in the activity.This marker is ideal for drawing, writing and working details or flat areas (without stripes), to be used alone or overlapped with Setacolor Leather colors. The shades are identical to those in the 45 ml bottle. For fluorescent shades, preferably applied on light surfaces. Before use, it is important to shake the pen well with the cap closed. The activation of the tip is ultra-fast, do not press too hard or for too long because the color may leak out of the tip. Close the pen tightly after use to prevent the tip from drying out. Store in a horizontal position.
A bag with 3 spare tips is available. If the tip dries out or clogs, it is easy to replace. Remove the white wick holder, then hold the white foam under the metal tip with two fingers to remove just the tip. Replace with a new metal tip and screw the wick holder back on.