Removing stains on leather upholstery

Posted: January 1st, 2013 | Author: | Stains

Many owners of leather sofas and car upholstery struggle with this problem.

If a stain appears on the leather upholstery, it should be removed immediately. For this purpose, use purified petrol and vinegar in a ratio of 5:1. Such preparation is used for washing stains. The next step is brushing the stain with linseed oil mixed with egg white. Another method involves wiping the stain with a cotton swab saturated with turpentine or diluted vinegar. When dry, rub the stained area with a cloth dipped in whipped foam of egg white. After that, the stain should be gone.

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