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    Bicast Leather Dyeing System (5):
    Red Brown,
    Antique Brown,
    Dark Brown,
    Black &
    Topcoat-66G

    Leather Doctor® Bicast Pigment-32
    It’s the primary opaque color for Bicast leathers finish repair.
    It’s to be followed with secondary dyestuff Bicast-76 for its transparency appearance to achieve the desired result.
    This is a waterbased pigment that can work in conjunction with Stucco-90 and/or leather Bond-3D for filling repairs and Adhesor-73 for surface abrasion.
    Popular colors available in Red Brown-357, Antique Brown-390, Dark Brown-324 & Black-315.
    This product is available in 30ml, 60ml, 250ml and quart.
    Email info@leatherdoctor.com for prices.
    Instruction:
    1] Add pigment to Stucco-90 or leather Bond-3D for structure filling repairs or use after Adhesor-73 for surface repairs.
    2] Let dry naturally or speed dry with blow dryer.
    3] Continue with matching Bicast Dye-76 to achieve the desired finish.

    Leather Doctor® Bicast Dye-76
    It’s for Bicast Leathers.
    This is a waterbased transparent aniline dyestuff that is developed with a film forming coating ability for easy padding application.
    Popular colors available in Red Brown-757, Antique Brown-790, Dark Brown-724 & Black-715.
    This product is available in 30ml, 60ml, 250ml and quart.
    Email info@leatherdoctor.com for prices.
    Instruction:
    If tackiness is detected after restorative cleaning, it is recommended that the existing topcoat is removed by using 1000/1200/1500grit oscillating disc sander prior to dye coating it.
    1] Padding/Airbrush and let dry between coats until desired result.
    2] Use gloss topcoat to protect the dyecoat.

    Leather Doctor® Bicast Topcoat-66G
    It’s an aqueous soft polyurethane bicast leather gloss topcoat.
    It is lightfast and non-yellowing.
    It has excellent flow and leveling properties.
    It’s recoatable and forms a flexible tough film.
    This product is available in 60ml, 250ml and in quart.
    Email info@leatherdoctor.com for prices.
    Instruction:
    Topcoat-66G is for sealing and protecting the freshly dried Bicast Dye-76. When used as a standalone it is recommended that the surface is free of foreign contamination by undergoing a restorative cleaning in this sequence of process – Prep-7.7 > Cleaner-3.8 > Rinse-3.0. If tackiness is still detected thereafter, it is recommended that they are physically removed by using 1000/1200/1500grit oscillating disc sander. Test coating when dry again for tackiness, otherwise 1 to 5% crosslinker is recommended to be added to the product to continue.
    1] Apply by padding with lint-free rag or fine spraying a panel at a time avoiding drips and spits.
    2] Let dry in-between coating with optional fine sanding for smoothness.
    3] Non-stick, rub-resistance protection with a classic leather scent - use Protection-D+.
    Last edited by Roger Koh; 08-09-2012 at 08:06 PM.

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