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.
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. The product works on all types of leather except Suede & NuBuck and extra care should be taken when used on 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 Leather Degreaser to remove stains from these types of leather.
Please view the videos provided below for easy to follow, visual instruction on how to use this product effectively, demonstrating how easy it is to use on real life examples.
Leather Stain Remover
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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.
2. Never apply the Leather Stain Remover directly to the leather. Instead, apply the Stain Remover onto a sponge.
3. Gently wipe over the surface of the leather where the stain is and the sponge will absorb the stain.
4. Wipe the area down with a wet cloth to remove any excess Leather Stain Remover.
5. 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.
Coverage & Shelf Life
250ml Leather Stain Remover is enough to remove a very stubborn stain from an area of leather about 1 meter by 1 meter or larger, regardless of the cause or type of stain.
The product will not go out of date, but will slowly evaporate if the lid is left off. Store it in a cool cupboard with the lid tightly fastened.
Magazine Articles & Recommendations
The Guardian Newspaper run a Questions & Answers section where readers write in and ask experts advice on various problems they have around the home. One user wrote in asking how to remove coffee ring marks from leather and the Newspaper recommended our Leather Stain Remover as the product to use to remove stains from leather.
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6th February 2013
I just received my order today for the Leather Stain Remover. I live in Ontario, Canada and the shipping was very fast. I want you to know that your stain remover is amazing. I have cream coloured parsons chairs in my dining room. The chairs are quite new and somehow my friend got a small spot of navy dye on 3 of them. I presume the dye came from their shirt when sitting in the chairs during various dinners. I tried everthing conceivable to get the spots out and had no luck. However, when still desparately searching for a solution, I saw your ad on UTube and thought I would try as had nothing to lose. I am sure glad that I did. The results were instant and incredible.Very little product was needed to do the job so the bottle will last me a long time. Many thanks for saving my chairs. I will be sure to tell others about your site/products. I am thrilled!
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Before & After Photos
|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.|
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