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Dying Leather



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I have heard that several binders/conservators use a variety of dyes for =
matching new leather in repair work.  I was wondering what is the =
favoured dye or the best type of dye to use in this process.  Doc =
Martins, acrylics, aniline dyes...?

Any thoughts?  Dan

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