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Our wet-end leather dyes range is a complete portfolio of high-quality dyestuffs that meet the needs of the leather industry perfectly. Our wet-end leather dying ranges cover all color shade, fastness and levelness needs. Stahl offers full technical service back-up, supporting our customer in every region for color matching, optimizing levelness and fastness properties to ensure the best application performance on leather. Find your shade with the properties you require here.
Fade-fighting metal-complex Melioderm® HF and Inoderme® Dyestuffs
Our color-fast metal-complex dyes ensure leather apparel, furniture and other items look fantastic and won’t fade. Stahl’s metal-complex Melioderm® HF and Inoderme® Dyestuffs shade undyed crust beautifully and give an aged appearance for a look that lasts and lasts.
Sustainable metal-free performance with Coriacide® Dyestuffs
Stahl is passionate about sustainable leather dyeing. Our Coriacide® metal-free dyes provide outstanding levelness and good fastness. Whether for shoes, garments, furniture, fashion, automotive, aviation or marine, Coriacide® wet-end dyes cover all your dyestuff needs with a color palette ranging from fashion colors to deep dark shades.
Outstandingly level shades with Luganil® and Lurazol® Dyestuffs
Stahl’s anionic metal-free and metal-complex Luganil® and Lurazol® ranges of dyes offer a complete color palette with outstanding shade consistency and good fastness properties. The remarkable compatibility of our Luganil® and Lurazol® dyestuffs meets the needs of the leather industry.
Dependably level pastel leathers with Derma® Soft Dyes
The excellent combinability of our Derma® Soft Dyes plus the selection of active substances delivers great leveling power, very good fastness and outstanding flexibility. These dyes are the solution for levelness – one of the biggest challenges for tanners when paler shades are needed.
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