Fiebing’s Leather Dye

(1 customer review)


Fiebing's Leather Dye, a staple of leather craft.

What is Fiebing’s Leather Dye used for?

Fiebing’s Leather Dye is used for dyeing leather shoes, boots, belts, handbags, saddles, harness, athletic equipment, and more.

How do I use it?

The main idea is to make sure the leather is as clean and porous as possible before dyeing. Fiebing’s Dye-Prep is a great way to clean and prepare the leather, while Deglazer is often used to remove old polish and finish for even dyeing. Includes a wool dauber for application. Additionally, if the consistency or tint needs to be lessened, use Fiebing’s Dye Reducer.

Fiebing’s Leather Dye Color Chart
Aqua Green Beige
Black British Tan
Buckskin Burgundy
Chocolate Cordovan
Dark Brown Dark Red
Green Kelly Green
Light Blue Light Brown
Light Tan Mahogany
Maroon Medium Brown
Moccasin Brown Navy
Orange Oxblood
Purple Red
Russet Tan
Turquoise Yellow

Note: Colors may vary slightly on different screens.

Additional Helpful Tips:

-Stuff paper into shoes or use shoe trees before dyeing.
-Exercise care to prevent dyeing of shoe lining.
-For better uniformity apply while leather is damp with cleaner.
-Do not wear or use until completely dry.
-Dye may be removed from hands with rubbing alcohol.
-Do not use on suede or synthetic leathers.

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A

4 oz, 32 oz


Aqua Green, Beige, Black, British Tan, Buckskin, Burgundy, Chocolate, Cordovan, Dark Brown, Dark Red, Green, Kelly Green, Light Blue, Light Brown, Light Tan, Mahogany, Maroon, Medium Brown, Moccasin Brown, Navy, Orange, Oxblood, Purple, Red, Russet, Tan, Turquoise, Yellow

1 review for Fiebing’s Leather Dye

  1. pmch0918 (verified owner)

    I’ve always used the regular Fiebing’s dyes (not the Eco or Pro versions). Always had good results. Also Montana Leather is a great online vendor for all things related to Leather. Good selection, good prices, fast ship, all around good service. My go-to place for leather supplies.

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