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chuckrussell1

Re-Dye

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Hi Am a newby a very newby, i have a saddle the colour is'nt to good and if possible would like to make it a richer colour at the moment the colour is very flat i would say chocolate brown but being coloured blind it may not be lol , this would be my first attempt and would a ppreciate any help or step by step guidance.

Thanks

Chuck

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I had hoped someone would answer your question. I think the reason this looks "dull" to you is because it has a satin finish. I don't know if it would be worth taking a chance to strip and redye.

What color did you want it to be?

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perhaps try posting in the saddlemakers section.....im not sure how many of the braiders on here do that type of work....

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Hi Chuck, roo4u is right- this might be the wrong section...

perhaps you should give "ray holes saddle butter" a chance-

it´s the best for nearly everything!!!

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