Leather Couch Paint is an Economical Alternative to Replacement
Posted on May 12 2021
A great looking leather couch may be the attention getting center piece of a room in your house. However, if the leather begins to look discolored or aged you might not want it to attract as much attention as the other fixtures in the room. You might consider replacing it with a new couch, which typically costs $2,000.00 to $8000.00+ depending on quality. If the frame and other components of the couch are high quality, you might consider having it reupholstered. That could cost $600 for low quality leather and up to $4,000 (or more) for the really good stuff. If that’s too expensive you can just deal with it and refer to the aging and wear as “patina”. Or you can refinish with ColorBond leather couch paint and make it look great at a fraction of the cost of reupholstering or a replacement.
ColorBond LVP Refinisher is used as a leather couch paint by professionals and do-it-yourselfers alike.
For example, Buzz Williams, owner of The Fixer, a mobile upholstery repair business operating in central Alabama since 1994 has been using ColorBond for years. He says ColorBond performs better and is more durable than other leather couch paint brands. As well, ColorBond helps him improve customer satisfaction by getting the job done right the first time and with excellent results. Bob talks about his use of ColorBond in an interview here.
Here is a couch Buzz restored with ColorBond. It went from gross to gorgeous!
Amateur do-it-yourself types find ColorBond easy to use, and they get great results too.
Here, a customer used 8 cans ($132.00) of LVP Refinisher in one of our OEM BMW colors to restore her couch. "I'm elated with the results," she wrote. "Unbelievable!"
Jason R. refinished his couch with ColorBond and said it was super easy to use and lasts a long time.
What also makes ColorBond so appealing is the number of colors available. With over 210 hues available you’re sure to find a color you’ll love!
So, save your couch, and your money, with ColorBond.
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