How to Remove Grease & Oil Stains From Leather

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Remove grease and oil stains from leather by blotting the stain with degreaser and then washing the area with a mild, soapy detergent. Try to prevent oil stains on leather, as they are difficult to remove, with advice from a stain specialist and mother of five in this free video on stain removal.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Sue, in West Jordan today, and we're going to be taking out some oil stains, out of a leather coat, and I'm going to show you how. Sometimes you can get them from different things, like even just body oil, or maybe eating pizza with your family, and spilling some on, and like if your spot, just lay it out, and maybe take a little bit of degreaser and blot the spot, and then take a little bit of just mild soapy detergent, and wash it off, and then finally what you would do, is probably condition. Sometimes it's difficult if the leather is pigmented, because the chemicals will react differently on the different areas of the jacket. The best way probably, to keep from having to remove the oil stains, is to prevent it, just be pretty careful with your coats.


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