Suede Nubuck Dye

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A specially formulated suede and nubuck dye used to change colors from light to dark. Once dry, the dye will not transfer onto other articles. For suede and nubuck. Available in more than ten colors.

  • Easy application, includes paintbrush.
  • Contain 50 ml / 1,7 fl.oz bottle.
06 - Dark Brown06 - Dark Brown17 - Navy17 - Navy18 - Black18 - Black39 - Medium Brown39 - Medium Brown08 - Ochre08 - Ochre103 - Pale Orange103 - Pale Orange11 - Bordeaux11 - Bordeaux12 - Red12 - Red124 - Purplish124 - Purplish15 - Dark Gray15 - Dark Gray20 - Brown Sugar20 - Brown Sugar30 - Beige30 - Beige33 - Dark Green33 - Dark Green36 - Ivory36 - Ivory57 - Leather57 - Leather


Tarrago Suede Nubuck Dye is an alcohol-based dye, specially formulated to change from light to dark colors. Thanks to its quality pigments and solvents content, provides high covering and fast dry.

It provides a solid color, resistant to both wet and dry frictions.
It will not bleed or rub off once dry.
You also can mix dyes together to make a new color.

It is important to apply always to change light colors into dark colors, never conversely.
Final color after application may change depending on the original color of suede or nubuck.

  • Easy application, includes paintbrush.
  • Suitable for suede, synthetic suede and nubuck.
  • Contain 50 ml / 1,7 fl.oz bottle.


Suede & Nubuck


Gives color

Product data sheet

Color Chart

Safety data sheet

How to use

  1. Brush the surface thoroughly to clean dirt and dust.
  2. Shake the bottle well to mix the content homogeneously.
  3. Apply the evenly over the surface with the applicator paintbrush.
  4. Let dry for 12 hours.
  5. Brush with a special suede brush like Tarrago De Luxe for Suede and Nubuck Brush. 


After 30 minutes of applying the first layer, you can apply a second layer if required.


Can I mix two colors to get a new shade?

Yes, you can mix two colors of this dye to get a new tone (color). Keep in mind that you should mix it homogeneously to avoid possible instability.

Can I speed up the drying process with a "dryer"?

Yes, you can use the dryer, but at a safe distance.

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