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LEATHER STAIN REMOVER

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Leather Stain Remover will safely remove all stains from all leathers.

It’s ideal for removing dye transfer from jeans, cushions & clothes, which it does safely using little effort, and with its unique cleaning action this specialist stain remover also tackles all other staining on leather.

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12,00 €

ABOUT THE PRODUCT SUITABLE FOR

Leather Stain Remover has been designed to remove stains from coated leather surfaces without causing damage to the coating.

The product is a blend of mild solvents that together create a long molecule chain so that when used to remove stains, the product isn’t too aggressive. This can be likened to hot & cold water and the nature in which the molecules behave differently.

It is safe to use on all types of leather except Suede & NuBuck but extra care should be taken when used on Bicast, Two Tone or Rub Off Leathers. If you have an absorbent type of leather, such as Aniline or Pull Up Leather (see if a drop of water soaks in), the Leather Stain Remover won’t be as effective. Instead, use the Laeather Degreaser to remove stains from these types of leather.

Unique cleaning action easily removes the most stubborn stains from all items of leather

 • Dye Transfer from jeans, clothes & cushions

 • Newspaper print

 • Juice and food stains

 • Sticky marks

 • Nail varnish & paint stains

Leather Stain Remover is capable of removing stains from all items of leather such as furniture, car interiors, clothes, shoes, handbags and all other items of leather.

 • Aniline & Semi-Aniline Leather
  Pigmented Leather
  Oil & Wax Pull Up Leather
  BiCast Leather
  Two Tone, Mottled & Antique Finished Leather

STEP 1
Clean the leather thoroughly first using the Leather Ultra Clean. This product is easier to use and could remove the stain. If the leather is still stained, proceed to step 2.

STEP 2
Never apply the Leather Stain Remover directly to the leather. Instead, apply the Stain Remover onto a sponge. Gently wipe over the surface of the leather where the stain is and the sponge will absorb the stain.

STEP 3
Wipe the area down with a wet cloth to remove any excess Leather Stain Remover.

STEP 4
Repeat steps if stain still persists.

To help prevent future staining and to make leather easier to clean, apply Leather Protection Cream once every three months. If this is done, future stains will wipe off easily using a damp cloth or the Leather Ultra Clean. Both of these products can be purchased in one easy and convenient package, as part of our Leather Care Kit.
BEFORE AFTER
This unusual Ostrich leather handbag had some nasty dark stains caused by drinks being spilled on it. The Leather Stain Remover was used to remove the stain with superb results, completely removing the stain. The bag was then treated with our Leather Protection Cream in order to guard against future stains.