Angelus Leather Paints come in 61 colours and are ideal for sneakers, jackets, belts, purses, repairing leather furniture and repairing car upholstery.
Angelus Paint come in 3 colour groups, 51 Standard colours, 5 Metallic colours & 12 Neon Colours,
Properly applied, Angelus Leather Paint will not peel, crack, or rub-off.
Angelus is the highest quality brand available, and recommended by the most respected custom shoe painters in the country.
Water based acrylics, which allows for easy clean up.
They can be custom mixed to achieve countless color combinations.
They can also be lightened, shade by shade, using the "Neutral" color.
Airbrush artists can thin the leather paint with a bit of the Finisher to help achieve optimum flow.
We strongly recommend preparing the project with Acetone Deglazer. (The Preparer-Deglazer should never be used on vinyl or rubber.)
We recommend protecting the finish with Angelus Acrylic Finisher, available in Matte, Satin, Gloss, or High Gloss.
This 4oz bottle of Angelus Leather Paint comes in Flaming Orange.
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