Leather Glue and Patch Kit Sizes
$12.50 – $35.00
A very strong yet flexible leather glue that dries clear. Will help repair nicks, scratches, cuts, tears and even pet damage. Easy to use with AMAZING results. Suitable for all leather and vinyl types. Professional strength. Dries clear and can be used in high wear areas with confidence. Available in Multiple Sizes! Available in 5ml, 15ml, 30ml and 100ml bottles. See our measuring guide below to find the right size for your needs. Do It Yourself and Save $$$ Watch our video tutorial to see how quick and easy it is to repair your leather lounge yourself. read more
High Quality and Durable
Leather repair glue is a polyurethane based adhesive used to bond two surfaces of leather together for a strong and flexible permanent repair.
Our leather repair glue is easy to apply and can be coloured over using our leather colourant once fully dry. Will not crack, peel or break out even when applied to high wear areas.
Most repairs can be carried out with this glue but also cuts, tears and large splits will repair well too with the use of the sub patch provided.
What The Kit Sizes Include:
- The 5ml glue kit comes with 5ml of leather glue, 1 support patch and 1 palette knife
- The 15ml glue kit comes with 15ml of leather glue, 2 support patches and 1 palette knife
- The 30ml glue kit comes with 30ml of leather glue, 3 support patches and 1 palette knife
- The 100ml glue kit comes with 100ml of leather glue, 4 support patches and 1 palette knife
Not Sure What Size You Need? Our Measuring Guide
- The 5ml glue kit is suitable for repairing 2-10 leather scratches or 1 medium leather tear.
- The 15ml glue kit is suitable for repairing 10-15 leather scratches or 2 medium leather tears
- The 30ml glue kit is suitable for repairing 15-30 leather scratches or 2 big tears.
- The 100ml glue kit is ideal for leather repair technicians making multiple repairs.
Directions for small nicks, pet damage & scratches
1- Apply ample glue to both surfaces using the application tool provided
2- Bring both surfaces together and remove any excess, hold in place
3- Allow to dry or use a hairdryer to speed up the process
4- Once dry allow 24 hrs for the glue to cure before first use.
Directions for cuts, rips and flaps where there is a hole
1- Cut the sub patch to approximately 20% larger than the hole to be repaired
2- Carefully insert the sub patch inside the hole or ideally access the back of the leather
3- Apply ample glue to both the rear of the leather and the sub patch, press together and hold in place until adhesion is achieved
4- Next apply ample glue to all edges of the damage to be repaired and bring the edges together, remove any excess glue and hold the edges in place until adhesion is achieved, use a hairdryer to speed up the process
5- Once dry allow 24 hrs for the glue to cure before first use.
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I was completely blown away by the excellent service. Perfect product delivered very quickly. My enquiry was responded to immediately and professionally.I'm a very happy customer and highly recommend Sofa Rehab.Kenneth Rule
I've worked in a furniture store for 9 or so years and finding suitable recliner cables was always a challenge. When I recieved my cables off you guys, I couldn't believe how well they fitted. Absolutely magnificent place to get your cables. They were here in a couple of days as well so highly recommended.Anthony Testa
Just perfect! Only bought one to boost the saggiest seat in our L shaped couch and see if I got the right density, and I did. Tucked it under the cushion and now the seat looks consistent with the rest. Now to buy some more for the rest of the couch.Ruth Fellowes
The product is the same as the original. Easy to install and great fast service from Sofa Rehab. The coiled plastic on the original part was disintegrating exposing the wires and now with the new control part the chair is as good as new!!Narelle Carlson
Fixed my couch!! Quoted $1000 to fix this. $200 later from Sofa Rehab and fixed it myself. The couch had tears and the leather was also quite worn on one of the seats. With their video instructions it ended up being easier than expected. The colour matched perfectly.Vitali Kanevsky