Leather Repair Patch Self-Adhesive Couch Patch
Do Not Drop, More Durable Leather And Non-Residual Adhesive.Paste Strong, Paste On A Few Seconds And Leather That Never Leaves Scratches, Large Leather Patch Size, The Price Is Cheap
- The leather patch can be cut into various shapes with scissors easily
- Comes with unique pattern design that makes it more textural
- The patch works on leather, vinyl and many other upholstery fabrics
- May not come with proper instructions
Analysis of 700+ reviews for Leather Repair Patch Self-Adhesive Couch Patch
BestViewsReviews analyzed 14,812 reviews for 35 products in the Fabric Adhesives category.
We analyzed a total of 751 reviews for this product out of which, 679 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 77% reviews were positive while around 16% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Leather Repair Patch Self-Adhesive Couch Patch
This product received a total score of 9.69 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 7 features:
Users of this product said
I used it to patch a hole in my leather couch cushion. It stuck very firm. I ordered two that I thought would be a good match and the one I thought would be the best, but the one I thought would be the best was the only one.
It stuck very firm, even though I ordered two that I thought would be a good match and the one I thought would be the best one.
The arms of the chair have taken a toll because he puts a lot of weight on them in order to get out of the chair.
If you want it to go where you want it to go, round the corners and press down to make sure it's secure. After placement and pressing down to make sure its secure, use a hair dryer and heat up the area, especially the edges, a little to make the adhesion
I have been holding up great and I would recommend this to anyone who wants to save their old furniture and just can't afford to purchase new furniture.
Question & Answers
Has anyone used these on an actual seat? We have a tear in our leather bar stools where we sit and we need something that can last.
I used this on the front center section of my driver's seat in my car, which gets a lot of abuse from my Prostitution leg, and I can tell you that it is holding up well and staying in place.
Is it a good idea to use this product on outdoor furniture?
I wouldn't take the chance.
What color would you recommend for a tobacco brown couch?
The colors on the website are the same as the product received.
I'm wondering if pale mauve would be a good match for a 2001 jeep grand cherokee interior that is sandstone "t5" leather.
My opinion is that sandstone is more of the light tan and a pale mauve might be a little too pinkish, but it's just my opinion.
Has anyone received a wrinkled patch? Will they come out?
I don't know, you'll find out.