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Camel Vinyl & Leather Finish

(8 customer reviews)

$47.95$69.95

Camel is a light to medium golden tan. It is darker than Beige, but considerably lighter than Cognac or Mocha. If you want a saddle color, Cognac or Mocha are probably better bets.

Use it like a dye on leather or vinyl upholstery to:

  • restore appearance;
  • condition, seal, and protect.

It applies easily with a sponge and will not alter the feel. It won’t peel or rub off onto clothing.

Before You Buy

Please read about dramatic color changes before undertaking one.

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Each bottle comes with gloves and stir stick. Sponge not included.

Rub ‘n Restore® products are not recommended for fabric, suede, nubuck or faux (bonded) leather. Learn more about material types or peeling bonded leather.

8 reviews for Camel Vinyl & Leather Finish

    Stephen Day
    After watching the video on how to restore a spa cover, I wanted to see if it really would work on my vinyl cover. I am very happy on how it really made it look new again.
    Camel Vinyl & Leather Finish photo review
    Dan R
    Project finished! I fixed the holes and applied dye everywhere, except on the sides due to the two-tone texture of the original leather. Thank you so much for your help!
    Fernando
    Overal, excellent. One caveat: the finishing is not perfect, looks and feels a fit sandy. Once you apply the clear coat, if feels much smoother but looks a bit plastiquy.
    Leather Sofa restoration before and after
    Paul, New Port Richey, FL
    Thank you so much for a great product, ladies. I am so impressed by what you offer. I like leather furniture. I really do. BUT, what I DON'T like is the havoc that careless kids, large dogs and a sweaty shirtless man (that being me) can wreak on said leather furniture. From peeling, staining to just plain being an eye sore. My couch and chair were DESTROYED by a combo of all of the above. So, what to do? Do you throw them away, even though the scale suits your living quarters pretty well and they've got good bones, or do you invest three or so hours to refinish it? I'm a DIY'er by heart, so with some spare time on my hands, I chose the latter. What do you think? Good choice or time for new furniture? Total material cost was about $50. Thank you again for a great product.
    Couch restoration from oil and ink stains
    Joan, Vermillion, SD
    I just finished my gross old couch using RubnRestore. It turned out FABULOUS!! Thank you for saving me a ton of money having to buy new furniture!! I painted my furniture Camel. It's an exact match! I love my new/old furniture!”
    J. Push
    This goes on exactly like the video shows with no tricks or problems. Simply put it on with a damp sponge, so the only tools used were a pail of water, and a new sponge. It really is so easy anyone can do it. My recliner now looks like new again.
    Joan
    I used camel to restore my gross old couch. It was an exact match and turned out FABULOUS!! Thank you for saving me a ton of money having to buy new furniture!! I love my new/old furniture!!
    Deborah Castlemain, Texas
    I have 9 kids. (8 boys and 1 girl) We are really hard on all our leather furniture. I recolored all my furniture, even changing the color with camel. I really didn't think it would work. It looks amazing! and with the clear prep and finish, just like new! All my friends asked when I got the new furniture. Touch ups are so easy as well. It takes only minutes to retouch. I will be a life long user of this!!!!
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