Showing how @furnitureclinicus recoloring balm transforms leather bags in my rehab process.
One of my favorite steps because it makes the bags looks so much better. It’s very satisfying to cover up all the wear! This is easily the best investment, in terms of products to have in a bare bones leather rehab kit.
Blog Bonus: Think of the recoloring balm like a scuff cover or light dye. It bonds with areas on leather that have worn off their color or finish. It isn't ideal for a full color re-dye but it is great for fixing the existing color on a bag. It's not for suitable for patent, suede, or nubuck leathers. I love it for fixing vintage coach bags, shoes, and leather garments.