Would balm stain my clothing or rub off? No, the balm doesn't color transfer when applied correctly and given the correct amount of time to cure. It's designed to chemically bond with the leather surface.
How long does it take to cure? Upon contact, our balm will begin to chemically bond with the surface of your leather. However, you must wait 24 hours after application to begin using your leather again. Once cured, you will need to seal the balm with our leather conditioning cream.
Can colors be mixed? Colors can be mixed to achieve any desired color. Please submit a contact form here, and we will help you pick the right colors.
Can I change the color of my leather? Any color balm can recolor any color leather. I.e. a black leather surface can be recolored to light brown or white. If going from a darker color to a lighter color, more coats of the balm will need to be applied.
What is Clyde's 4-Step Process? Our easy and highly effective method for leather recoloring and repair, backed by years of trial and error, thousands of customer reviews, and feedback from dozens of professional leather workers. The process consists of cleaning, absorbency testing, recoloring, and conditioning your leather.
Are your recoloring products flammable or corrosive? There are no solvents, flammable or corrosive materials present in any product except our leather prep and degalzer. For our deglazer, avoid conact with eyes and skin. Do not ingest any of our products.