Dye Transfer IS repairable, but must be sprayed on with an airbrush or a Preval Sprayer for the most effective repair possible. This seat had plenty of wear on the seat bottom that was easy enough to fix simply by rubbing in new dye with a lint-free cloth. The upright bolster, where you see the blue dye transfer, was applied using an airbrush gun, using about 5 coats to achieve maximum coverage. As usual, similar results can be accomplished using a Preval Spray Gun. If you're looking to pick up some leather dye to repair damage on your leather seats, click on the link at the end of this post, enter your vehicle details, let us determine the best leather dye color for your vehicle, and we'll ship it straight to you!