How to Get Rid of Ink Stains on Leather

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Get rid of ink stains on leather by gently rubbing the stain with an ordinary, white pencil eraser and brushing off the excess. Try using uncolored leather polish to cover up a stain with advice from a stain specialist and mother of five in this free video on stain removal.

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Hi I'm Sue from West Jordan and today I'm going to show you how to take ink stains our of your leather clothing that you happen to have. First thing you're going to need is any ordinary white pencil eraser. And you want to take it on the spot and gently rub it. And do it several times until the spot will start to fade and then try it and do it again over it. Just make sure you brush all if it off. And then you want to take some uncolored leather polish and put on the spot to kind of cover it up. And then take a light colored cloth and gently rub over it to kind of buff it and to make it shiny.


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