Angelus Acrylic Leather Paints come in many brilliant colors. They can be used for decorating, staining, or edging smooth leather and some vinyl articles. Angelus Acrylic Leather Paints are great for painting special areas on western boots, belts, tennis shoes, purses, jackets, leather goods, saddles, tack, etc. When dry Angelus Acrylic Leather Paint will not peel, crack, or rub off.
All colors can be intermixed to achieved countless other colors.
Angelus Acrylic Paint is also available in
1 oz. (see individual colors here as photographed in bottle)
Directions: For best results, the Leather article that you are painting should be clean and dry. After the leather article is clean and dry, you should apply two to three light coats and then apply two thick coats of paint. You can apply the paint with a brush or sponge pad. You should allow drying between coats and you should allow drying completely before wearing which will probably take about 24 hours to fully air dry.
Clean up: Angelus Leather Paints are easy to clean up with warm water and soap. If the Leather Paint is wet, wipe with a damp rag and clean with water.
Good to Know Information: For Scuff protection, use Angelus Acrylic Finishers according to the shine you are trying to achieve. To obtain a higher gloss finish on the leather, first, apply Angelus Clear Acrylic Finisher, let that dry, and then apply Angelus Leather Paint in your choice of color.
- We will not ship this item in sizes 16 oz. or larger to international destinations. The amount for these items will be refunded if you add them to your order.
- Items 32 oz. or larger are ineligible for expedited shipping. If you select expedited shipping for these items in your checkout, the shipping service will be changed and you will be refunded the difference in cost.
- The stock of the larger sizes of paint and acrylics is very limited as delivery of raw materials to make it are currently behind. We cannot guarantee a delivery date but as the weather warms, this should change.
**These approximate color examples may differ from the actual paint colors because of differences in computers and monitors.