Grease, engine grime, food stains, grass stains, shoe scuffs,
chocolate, perspiration, and blood are examples of other stains
that can be removed. The procedure is the same for all stains.
Always test in an inconspicuous area before using.
Leather or Vinyl
Please note: Ink Remover is most effective on recent
(within 3 to 5 days) ink stains.
Pre-clean the area with Leather Cleaner or with a Leather Clean
and Renew Wipe.
Remove the cap from the Ink Remover tube and push the tube from
the bottom to reveal about ¼" of the stick.
Rub the Ink Remover stick directly onto the stain, making sure
to cover the entire mark. Applying the stick from various
directions helps get the remover down into the texture of the
leather. An application from just one direction could leave voids.
Allow the remover to do the work. Don't scrub hard because
scrubbing could cause color loss. You will see the ink dissolving
as you rub the stick over it. As the stain transfers to the
ink stick, wipe off the end of the stick with a tissue or a clean
When it looks like the ink is dissolved, wash away the residue
with Leather Cleaner (or a wipe). Dry the area with a tissue or a
clean white cloth. Do not use a colored cloth because color could
be transferred to the leather.
Most often, ink stains require 2 or 3 applications of Ink
Remover to totally remove the ink. Repeat steps 3 and 4 a time or
If the stain still persists or is hard to get out of the grain
of the leather, reapply the Ink Remover. Dip a soft bristled brush
(such as a tooth brush) into distilled water, and use the brush to
gently scrub the stain.
Wash away the residue with Leather Cleaner (or a wipe). Dry the
area with a tissue or a clean cloth. Scrubbing with a brush may be
repeated as needed.
Protect the area from spills and soiling by applying Leather
Protector with a clean cloth or by using Leather Protector