Pelle Patch® Leather Repair
When it comes to materials, nothing beats the feel and luxury that you get with leather. But as anyone will tell you, this beautiful material is especially prone to wear and tear, leading to rips, holes and unsightly cracks in the upholstery over time.
This is where Pelle Patch comes in. Instead of going through the expensive and time-consuming process of reupholstering damaged leather, our peel and stick patch allows you to effectively cover up any damaged area in minutes!
Made from high quality synthetic leather, Pelle Patch is durable, lightweight and thin, resulting in a nearly seamless fit that restores your leather or vinyl item to its former beauty.
Our ultra-adhesive is also resistant to extreme cold or heat, meaning it can be effectively applied to damaged surfaces in cars, motorcycles, aircraft, marine-craft as well as household furniture.
We developed and tested our fabric to meet high requirements for maximum durability, making it ideal for high-traffic areas. Our fabric requires zero maintenance and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Our adhesive is designed for high performance and superior bonding. It is temperature resistant, waterproof, and manufactured in an ISO 9001 facility ensuring a high quality, premium product.
Lots of Color Options
|"This stuff is awesome! I ordered the “brown dark” for my dark brown leather couch. The sides of a couple of cushions were starting to crack so I applied this to cover it up. It matches great and you can barely see it. Worked great for me."|
IT REALLY WORKS!
“I have a wonderful 22-year-old Lincoln Continental that has been a labor of love restoring since acquiring it at 88,000 miles. It now has 154,000 miles and the repairs have been slow and steady and averaged $171 per month over the last 7 years. Now that she is really shaping up, I am noticing more of those little nagging repairs that I once ignored... like this arm rest repair that I am happy to report was EASILY handled by this product. I will go back to the smaller repair and remove the patch, cut off some of the damaged "X" shaped edges and fill with something like lambswool before cutting a new patch so that the rough edges don't press up. This time I will also INCREASE the size of the patch since that larger repair on the driver's side door actually looks better when the patch is cut and shaped. I only had two armrests to repair and still have more than half of the patch left. This was an easy repair and I highly recommend this product.”