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Cleaning a leather sofa

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I have had a leather sofa given me by a friend the problem is it has a stain on it caused by a cushion that was washed and placed back on the sofa before it was completely dry causing the cushion dye to run could anyone recommend a good strong stain remover?

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Originally posted by d71146

I have had a leather sofa given me by a friend the problem is it has a stain on it caused by a cushion that was washed and placed back on the sofa before it was completely dry causing the cushion dye to run could anyone recommend a good strong stain remover?

 

Take it into the workshops and get first to re-cover it for you,,,hmmmm just imagine that nice purple,pink in ya living room,,,nice:thumbsup:

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Spray the stain with hairspray and use a cloth to wipe it off. Saw it on "How Clean Is Your House", tried it on my mums leather sofa and it works.

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After reading this in a top tips book, I clean my leather sofa with baby wipes - the baby lotion type. It works really well. Also good for car dashboards etc.

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Someone advised me the other day to go to Halfords and get the leather car seat cleaner (can't remember the brand) - also works well on leather jackets, apparently

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