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Angelus Paint can be used on any leather surface, as well as many other surfaces as long as they are prepped properly. Some of these other surfaces include: Canvas, Fabrics, Mesh, & more!

Angelus Paint is not recommended for use on the very bottoms of shoes as the paint will wear away as soon as you start walking in them. Angelus Paint also works great on certain Soft Midsoles (Jordan 3’s, Jordan 4’s), and will not hold up on hard midsoles (Converse, Vans, Jordan 1’s, Air Force 1’s, etc). We want you to have the best experience possible with realistic goals.

Not recommended for outsoles of shoes.




How to clean suede
Applicator Pads
Angelus Leather Paint
Paint Brushes
Leather Preparer & Deglazer
Masking TapeThe above items are the essentials for applying Angelus Paint properly. Begin by prepping the surface using the Leather Preparer & Deglazer and Applicator Pads, cotton balls, or a rag. We find that our Applicator Pads work well because they do not leave lint or residue behind and they are strong enough to not fall apart during use. This will rid the surface of contaminents and/or the factory finish if there is one. This will allow the Angelus Leather Paint to adhere properly to the leather surface.

Once the surface has been prepped, use the Princeton Paintbrush Set to apply multiple thin coats of paint, rather than one or two thick coats. Allow each coat to dry to the touch before applying the next coat. Using the Blue Pro-Mask Tape to mask off areas you do not want to get paint on.

Save money by getting most of these items in our Starter Kit! Click on the image below.

Angelus Direct Starter Kit



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