Leather Sofa Problem - Help!

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Post by Ace » Mon Oct 06, 2003 1:23 pm

WLM wrote:we sent the cushion back to the manufacturer (was kind of lucky that that sofa had removable seat cushions) and they performed some magic on it and the marks vanished.
Are you sure they didn't just send you a new cushion :wink:


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Post by Geri Bush » Tue Oct 07, 2003 6:36 pm

Don't know haw it works on leather, but....hairspray is the secret for fabrics. :?

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Post by Deman » Wed Oct 08, 2003 7:08 pm

Hairspray?? :? :?

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Post by Sara » Fri Oct 10, 2003 4:22 pm

sayx wrote:try nail polish remover but TEST IT FIRST in a hidden place on the couch. sofa is only used for Sweater Over Fat Ass
juat what I was going to say! Generally shifts everything :D

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Post by Vatch » Sun Nov 02, 2003 3:08 pm

I don't know if you will able to find this, but there is a product called Afta (cleaning fluid) which is a product used by professionale car detailing shops in the US to clean leather interiors. The product is amazing, but good luck finding it here.

see this site: http://www.thegadgetsource.com/041758040023.html

Product info:

Professional strength cleaner/degreaser adhesive remover. Removes oil soluble stains such as grease, oil, tar, chewing gum, adhesive, paint, wax, tape, crayon, oily foods, lipstick and heel marks. Cleans clothes, furs, carpets, upholstery, draperies, auto interiors, machine parts, typewriter type, tools, marble and glass. Not for use on rubber, plastic, polished or lacquered surfaces. 8 oz. E030W-17 Guardsman

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