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Leather dyeing recommendations? - February 20, 2008, 11:18 AM

Anyone have recommendations about leather dyeing? How about someone who does it or knows of a place that does it? Someone on the dc-cycles listserv is asking. He has an older leather jacket that fits his wife very well but is unattractively colored. He wants to dye it black. Any information is much appreciated. Thanks!


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February 20, 2008, 11:41 AM

Yeah...Dying leather is a pretty straight forward process.

I am out in Arizona at the moment for training, but Will be happy to give you more info when I have a few more minutes to get to it.


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February 20, 2008, 03:32 PM

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Yeah...Dying leather is a pretty straight forward process.

I am out in Arizona at the moment for training, but Will be happy to give you more info when I have a few more minutes to get to it.
Cool, thanks. I was just in Tempe earlier this week to give a lecture. I loved it, but it was my first time and obviously I'd have to go there in July to decide whether I'd ever want to live there or not. I understand it gets a bit warmer than 70 degrees.


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