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Graining Mat with Additive

Graining Mat with Additive to reproduce an impression of the leather grain finish

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£ 24.00

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Please make a selection from each drop down menu, working from left to right, in order to choose the correct furniture leather colour or code for your item and ’Add to Shopping Bag’. If your colour is not listed, it is likely that we do not have it in stock and will need you to send us a sample swatch for us to match. If this is the case, please select ’Supply Swatch’ above. For details on sending us a sample please click here.

Please fill in as many of the above fields as possible including the car
manufacturer, model, year and colour and if you have it the manufacturer’s
colour name and code. All this information will help us build up an accuratematch.
Look for the code on the identification plate in the engine bay,it shouldsay
’TRIM’. If we do not have your colour in stock we will need
you to send us a sample swatch for us to match, but will contact you
if this is the case.

Please send your sample to us and enclose a filled out Car sample form or a Furniture sample form, whichever is applicableto your leather item. For details on sending us a sample please click here.


Our Graining Mat with Additive is used to reproduce an impression of the grain finish of the leather after the damaged area has been filled. This is a twin tube system, one tube contains liquid latex the other a hardener. When installed in the gun and fitted with a special “curly whirly” nozzle, both mix together at the correct rate as they descend the tube. Apply to the area next to the damage, dry with hairdryer and peel off. A reverse impression of the leather grain is in the mat, which can then be used to put the leather grain into your filler.

Note: It is important to orientate the patch in the same direction as the desired repair and to make the patch as thin as possible. If the patch is too thick, it can be difficult to get enough heat through it when using the welding iron.

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