Leather Scratch Remover restores the color to surface scratches
in aniline and pull up leathers. It will not work on pigmented (top
coated) leather. Do not use on nubuck or suede. Scratch
Remover will harm nubuck and suede.
Pre-test Leather Scratch Remover in an inconspicuous area to be
sure there is no color loss. It is not unusual for a small amount
of color to transfer to the cloth, but the spot to be repaired
should not show as a light spot.
Apply a small amount of Scratch Remover to the cloth.
Use the cloth to rub the Scratch Remover over the scratched
area. Generally, it's best to rub in a circular motion. Continue
until the scratch is blended. Massaging may be needed on deep
scratches or if the repair area gets darker. You may see a little
color transferred to the cloth. This is normal.
Allow the spot to dry. You may use a hair dryer to force the
Leather should always have a coat of Leather Protector to avoid
permanent staining from spills and to promote easier cleaning in
the future. The repaired area will need a new application of
protector. Use Leather Protector Wipes or Leather Protector
to apply a new coat of Protector.
Allow the Protector to dry for about an hour before using the
furniture. Maximum protection is achieved after 24 hours of