How To Refurbish Leather Furniture
January 12, 2018
There are many reasons our leather furniture could be in need of
repair. Sometimes our pets scratch the leather accidentally with
their toenails, or our kids play on the furniture not realizing
that their toys can leave scratches. Other times we may want to go
thrifting to find the perfect piece of furniture, but it may come
with preexisting damages (to learn about what to look for in
thrifting check out this
blog post). Whatever the case may be, we are here to help you
make that leather furniture look like new again.
Tasha from Designer
Trapped in a Lawyer's Body was able to make this ottoman go
from scratched and worn to looking brand new in just 20
used the following products to renew this ottoman:
The Leather Cleaner and sponge are used first to remove dirt and
grime from the leather. Once the leather is clean and dry, you can
begin removing scratches using the Leather Scratch remover. If your
leather has a deep scratch, you can use the E-Z Flow Leather Marker
to repair it. The final thing to do is to keep that leather
protected by applying the Leather Protector with a lint free cloth.
Just like that your previously loved leather piece is ready
for its new home!
You can watch Tasha transform her ottoman by clicking the video
Now that you know how easy it is, what leather surfaces are you
going to refurbish?
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