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For endless design possibilities for color finishing solutions, take a look at our portfolio. Stahl’s color finishes enable manufacturers to add a full range of colors to leather, along with various high-performance properties like lightfastness, PVC migration, heat yellowing resistance and water-drop fastness. Our portfolio includes organic, inorganic, and iron oxide pigment types that produce colors from black to white and everything in between – even metallics. Whether it’s a high-performance aqueous pigment, a liquid dye or a pigment lacquer that you’re looking for, Stahl has the product to meet your coloring demands.
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Long-lasting aqueous pigments
Stahl’s aqueous pigments can add a range of colors to leather, and offer excellent PVC migration, lightfastness, and heat yellowing properties, so that your color is sure to last. Whether you want to achieve a creamy white, an ochre or a jet black color, Stahl’s PPE®, Camotex®, Neosan®, and Torotex® portfolios have the aqueous pigment you need. We offer a range of both organic and inorganic aqueous pigment types.
Water-fast liquid dyes for deep color
Stahl’s liquid dyes add color to leather, especially darker shades like blacks, browns, blues, and reds, while offering good water drop fastness. They include products from our Supronil® and Eukesolar® ranges. Several of these products also offer strong lightfastness.
User-friendly pigment lacquers
Our Florentique® lacquer pigments come in a range of colors, from jet black to lemon yellow and creamy white, and a range of pigment types including organic, carbon black, and iron oxide. The lacquer form makes it easy for manufacturers to apply the rich colors onto leather.
Stahl’s color finishing solutions are part of our Stahl Neo® portfolio, which means that they comply with the ZDHC MRSL.
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