I am facing a small problem, in the process of recoloring (from white to grey) the leatherette of my steering wheel.
When applying a first coat of Skai Protection with a roller, some small plates (5 mm) of the 4 layers of recolouring agent previously applied were detached in places.
I suppose that despite the use of a thermal stripper to accelerate drying, I didn't wait long enough (less than 24 hours) after the application of the last coat of recolorant.
And that the adhesive power of the Protection was enough to tear them off.
Before any application, I had cleaned the surface, first with alcohol and then with Skai Degreaser.
Is it possible to make up for these shortfalls, please? How? How?
Or is it better to strip everything to start over?
(there are currently 4 coats of recolorant and a protective coat of sconces)
In advance, thank you.
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