FC1 Soft Leather Filler compound repairs scaly, cracking, or thinning leather, as well as holes, cuts, or tears in leather and vinyl.
Our 1 oz. container is generally enough to repair a 1 in. x 1 ft. hole that requires a few layers of fill plus a layer of texturizing. Or it can do two thin coats on a 2 ft. x 2 ft. section of scaly, rough leather. Opt for the 2 oz. size for larger areas of damage.
Subpatch Kit is sold separately and is required if your leather is torn, and the substrate is exposed!
FC1 Soft Filler is non-toxic and water-based!
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Such a large hole to fill
Posted by Yvonne Whitney on 22nd Apr 2017
I had a 4 inch hole in my couch thanks to my dog and didn't want to replace the $900 piece. Your product filled the hole, stain was perfect. I had trouble smoothing the filling but no one notices it but me.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Jan 2017
Easy to use. Only negative is that it is hard to get a smooth finish.
Posted by Linda H on 11th Jan 2017
I just wanted to let you know my leather couches turned out great!!! My patch job isn't as good as yours, but it looks dang good. The couches are almost 20 years old and they look new again.
I never thought it would be this easy to repair leather furniture..I'm So happy!!! Thanks again for helping me.
Not too happy
Posted by David Delarosa on 3rd Jan 2017
It took very long to dry. When it was finally dry, it was tacky to the touch and didn't sand well. I was not very happy with the results
Posted by Jeff on 26th Nov 2016
I used 2oz this product to fill large wholes and to texture a 3 piece set. It looks and feels great. Nobody can believe how great the couches and chair turned out. I'm very happy and would recommend this product.
Posted by Cindy on 10th Oct 2016
Took a chance and ordered this to try to fix a peeling bonded leather sofa. I had 2 cushions that had extensive peeling on the front half of them. Ordered 2, 1 oz jars. Glad I did, as I needed most of that! Skimmed the surface with this, and re-did parts as needed. It dried pliable and filled in cracks. Just had a problem after it dried, as it says to lightly sand if needed, but the marks didn't sand out. Recommend reallllly making sure you have a smooth surface after your application. So happy with this product!
Wow and thanks
Posted by Gary on 28th Aug 2016
Hi Lesandre and CC:
Got the 'slate' and 'stone' dyes (along with the patching compound) yesterday.
2 words: 'WOW' and 'THANKS'. Both the sofa and chair (approx. 15 years old) literally look brand new. Unfortunately, I didn't take 'before' pictures, but the transformations are truly incredible. You're selling a phenomenal product (but you already knew that)!!!
Posted by Virginia on 11th Aug 2016
I love your products! After finding you on youtube and watching several videos multiple times, I ordered the supplies I needed to repair our torn couch. This was my first attempt ever at leather repair. I am very pleased with the results! I used espresso. Thanks!
Larger holes and tears require a flexible repair medium. We walk you through the subpatch process, filling, texturizing, and dyeing. Suitable for repairing leather and vinyl. Free instructions and shopping list here: http://www.rubnrestore.com/content/vinyl-leather-compound-instructions.pdf If you're dealing with a peeling or flaking surface, it has either been previously painted or is a degrading bonded leather. Please click here to learn more: http://www.rubnrestore.com/leather-repair/#peeling-flaking-leather Additional information about bonded leather appears here: http://www.rubnrestore.com/blog/bonded-leather-blues/ These techniques have been used by professional repair artisans (http://www.vinylladies.com) for nearly 30 years. Follow us on social media @RubnRestore
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You can return products within 60 days of your order for a full refund, even if you've opened them. Refunds may be prorated based upon volume used and re-bottling costs. Shipping costs are excluded.