How to Treat Stains on Leather

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Treat stains on leather by mixing a cup of rubbing alcohol with a cup of water, dipping a cloth in the mixture and gently rubbing the stained area. Use a professional leather conditioner after cleaning 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 in West Jordan, and I want to show you some other ways to get some stains out of leathers. Sometimes you might get a mildew stain, like on your leather coat, and what you might do is, take about a cup of rubbing alcohol, and a cup of water, mix those together, so that's fairly diluted, dip your cloth in, and just kind of rub it gently. And do that a few times. And then go ahead, and let it hang up, and let it dry naturally. And if you need to when you finish, use a professional, leather, conditioner, on the jacket. You can also, if you have ink stains, like maybe, somebody accidentally marked on you with an ink pen, you can take some good old hair sprays, spray it on with the hair spray, and the same thing, take your cloth, gently blot it off, and maybe wash it with a damp cloth of clear water, and then also add the conditioner. If the ink stains really stubborn, and it's not going to come off, you might need to contact a professional cleaner, leather cleaner.


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