1. Clean Leather with RTG Prep Wash
  2. Apply RTG Primer for maximum adhesion
  3. Spray RTG Leather Colour onto leather until the desired coverage is achieved, allowing each coat to dry.
  4. Once dry, spray on RTG Leather Sealer. Generally 2 coats. You may want to add 5% crosslinker for better wear properties

The leather colours and sealer may be applied using the Foam Block Applicator. Just don’t over wet the the sealer or it will dry milky


Always test for adhesion after a couple coats and the RTG Leather colour is dry. You can do this by apply masking tap to an area, rub it down well and rip off. If no colour sticks to the tape, continue recolouring. If colour stocks to the tape, then prep again.

Use a heat gun or hairdryer to speed up drying time.

Always test in small hidden area before use


How To Repair Leather Car Seats

For Minor Scratches 1. Make sure leather is free from contaminants like body oils etc by using our SEAT Leather Cleaner. (Sold Separately) 

2. Spray the Clean Garage Leather Prep Wash onto the leather to be repaired and wipe dry. The leather prep is not a leather cleaner and the leather must be recoloured after using.  

3. Lightly sand the repair area with 400 grit sand paper and 600g on the leather around around the repair.  

4. Wipe away loose particles thoroughly.

5. Using the spatula provided in the repair kit, slowly build the flexible leather filler over the scratch. Allow to air dry.

6. If required, lightly sand with 600 grit sand paper followed by 800 grit sand paper.

7. Wipe area over with the damp microfibre towel before applying Clean Garage Leather Colour. Do Not use leather prepwash over the leather filler.

8. Clean up with water

Tip: You may use a hairdryer or heat gun to help dye quicker. Tip: The Flexible filler is AIR DRY so keep the lid on tight when not using.