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nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch!

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2008/03/31 20:35:32 (permalink)

nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch!

As the tittle says really! Has discoulered it to a red coulored circle about the size of a 10p peicee. any ideas on what to do to bring the colour back to the area. Its a very dark brown sort of mahogany colour. Not able to cover it up either.

Any ideas or products that mught work

Thanks guys
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    kitty
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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/03/31 20:41:55 (permalink)
    You'll need a specialist product for that, don't just go trying anything willy nilly you could use something that would 'eat' into the leather.

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    Mrjones2004x
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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/03/31 20:46:37 (permalink)
    only tried leather reviver and leather cleaner but that it. You think it might be exspensive?

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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/03/31 20:47:51 (permalink)
    You've removed the colour so revivor won't be any good, you need a recolouring product and obviously it needs to be exact colour. Could be expensive relative to the size of damage.

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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/03/31 20:51:47 (permalink)
    Well its no bigger than a 10p piece so hopefully wont be to bad. havent a clue on price. any ideas on companies with good reps? Dont really want to get a crap job done lol

    Thanks again
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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/03/31 20:57:49 (permalink)
    Sorry, can't help you on companies. Have a search on the net and see if you can get someone local to cut down on travel costs. If you know where the suite came from then maybe try there and see if they can contact the manufacturer or have any products.

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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/03/31 21:01:09 (permalink)
    Brown shoe polish? just don't sit on it for a couple of days

     


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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/03/31 21:15:27 (permalink)
    You can get those scuff cover pad things for shoes. Kiwi make em i think. They are sort of an ink bottle with a sponge. I used one on a heavily worn leather car seat and it coloured it up lovely.

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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/04/01 09:08:39 (permalink)
    I guess this happened Sunday night while you were removing your weekend transvestite outfit
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    RE: nail polish remover spilt on brown leather couch! 2008/04/01 09:27:24 (permalink)
    Do you like the red colour?? Nail polish remover is cheap as hell, a few bottles should do the whole couch...
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