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About Colors

Color selections can be described as three main types:

Colors for automobile interior projects. Color choices for automobiles are very exact, and they are made by using the different manufacturer's interior color names as listed on our Automotive Color Charts. If you are not sure as to what the name of your interior color is, there are a couple of ways that you can find out. First, the vehicle's original window sticker will list the interior color name. Please do not worry about the manufacturer's internal interior color code as all our dye products are referenced by color name only. Secondly, should you not have access to the original window sticker, it is possible to contact a factory authorized dealer for your brand of vehicle. Ask for someone in either the parts or body shop department. Give them your vehicle's serial number and explain that you are doing some interior work on your vehicle and you need to know what the interior color is named. Sometimes these dealers will attempt to give you the code but not the name. These people mean well, but they don't understand that the name of the color, not the code, is what you need. Once you have the name you can simply go to the Leather Renew Automotive Color Charts below for your brand of vehicle and find your color. If you don't find the color name of your interior, please e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.and we will work with you to obtain the dye color you need.

Color choices for all other projects. These color choices should be made from our Leather Renew Standard Color Chart or Leather Renew Furniture Color Chart. Color selections for items such as furniture are not an exact science like those found in an automotive color chart for automobile interiors. Because hundreds of furniture manufacturers use literally thousands of different dye colors, it is impossible to have exact match dyes for every application. Sometimes an exact match can be found on our chart, however, in some cases a "close as possible" color is the best you can find. Suprisingly, a close color can in most cases achieve an acceptable color match up for making repairs to furniture. Also, the entire piece of furniture can be recolored using our products at low cost, and the furniture piece will look "brand new" again. The new finish you apply to your furniture will last just as long, and usually longer, than the original finish color. If you have concerns about the color on the website looking different than in person, please e-mail us and we will be happy to send a sample of the color on a piece of leather for your inspection.

Aniline Leather Projects. Aniline Leather dyes are a very different chemical make up as compared to our "top coated" leather re-finishing products. If your leather forms a dark spot when a drop of water is placed on it's surface, you must use Aniline leather dye from our Aniline color chart to maintain the natural Aniline leather look and feel. Top coated re-colorant can be applied to Aniline, however, it will not have the natural look and feel of Aniline leather afterward. When "top coat" leather dye is applied to Aniline the leather is converted to a top coat type finish, or what is sometimes called a "painted" leather finish like that found in automobiles. Once top coat type re-colorant dye is applied to Aniline leather it cannot be changed back to the original Aniline type finish.

Automotive Color Charts

All Automotive finishes are satin. If you do not see the specific color for your vehicle in the automotive color chart, we recommend that you call your local dealer to verify the color for your model.  The parts department can tell you your color name if you give them your VIN # (vehicle identification number). Below is a list of the auto manufacturers, click the one for your automobile to view that automotive color chart. Please locate the correct manufacture and review that automotive color chart for the color code and name for your automotive. ***These samples are an approximation of the actual color. Colors may vary due to monitor resolution and personal settings.

Acura - Audi - BMW - Buick - Cadillac - Chevy - Chrysler - Dodge - Ford - GM - Honda

Hummer - Hyundai - Infiniti - Isuzu - Jaguar - Jeep - Kia - LandRover - Lexus - Lincoln

Maserati - Mazda - Mercury - Mercedes - Mitsubishi - Nissan - Pontiac - Porsche

Rolls Royce/Ferrari - Saab - Saturn - Subaru - Toyota - Volvo - Volkswagon


Here are a few more ways to find the color of your automobile interior:

DecodeThis.com
You can go to the website, enter your VIN # (vehicle identification) and click on the "search" button. This will give you the color options for your specific model.

Edmunds.com
Search for your year and model then look for the "View All Features & Specs" link.  You can then find the interior colors used on you particular year and model.

King Ranch Color Chart

Choose from 3 different colors. King Ranch Color Chart. ***These samples are an approximation of the actual color. Colors may vary due to monitor resolution and personal settings.

Furniture Color Chart

Choose from 63 different colors. Click here to view Furniture Color Chart. ***These samples are an approximation of the actual color. Colors may vary due to monitor resolution and personal settings.

Standard Color Chart

Choose from 47 different colors. Our colorants are naturally Semi-gloss, offering a somewhat shiny appearance. A flattening agent is added to orders specifying Matte/flat which is dull in appearance. Click here to view Standard Color Chart. ***These samples are an approximation of the actual color. Colors may vary due to monitor resolution and personal settings.