VINYL LEATHER REPAIR (VLP®)
VLP is a clear high-strength leather and vinyl repair designed to mend small rips, tears, and holes in most types of vinyl and leather materials.
How to Use
Surface must be clean and dry. For best results avoid direct sunlight, high humidity or breezy conditions.
Small Holes/Tears: Apply small amount of VLP to damanged areas. Allow 2 hours minimum dry time.
Long Tears: Pull repair together. Using masking tape, stitch together every 1-2”. Apply ½” bead of VLP to uncovered areas. Allow 30 minutes to dry. Carefully remove tape. Apply ½” bead of VLP along entire repair area. Allow 4 hours minimum, dry time before use.
Test product in inconspicuous area.
Tip: Do not smear VLP on dyed materials as it may cause discolor. Use rubbing alcohol to clean vinyl surfaces. Allow overnight drying whenever possible before use.
- Easy to use, air-dry formula dries clear and blends with all colored vinyl
- Dissolves the surface of the vinyl and creates an excellent bond when completely dry
- A repair made with VLP is stronger than the original vinyl or leather material
VLP is typically used on vinyl furniture, awnings, tarps, vinyl sheeting, luggage, rainwear, boots, etc. Because of its bonding and tensile strength, VLP also acts as a “back-up” to sewn vinyl seams when applied to the backside of the seam in production.
Clear available in 1 oz. tube carded.
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Can VLP be used to repair damaged dishwasher racks?
While VLP has been used in the past to recoat damaged dishwasher racks, our ReRACK® product is specifically formulated and conveniently packaged for this application.
Can VLP be sprayed?
VLP can be sprayed by using a pressure-pot with a conventional spray gun and airless spray equipment. Please contact your distributor or Plasti Dip International for more information.
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