Nail Polish Remover on Leather

Nail polish remover with acetone has been spilled on my medium brown leather couch and it completely removed the color finish. The spill is about 1 inch wide by 1 inch long. Can this be repaired, or do I put a throw blanket over it and just learn to live with it?


By Charm56 from Madison, WI


Nail Polish Remover on Leather

I used paste shoe polish on my dark brown leather furniture and it covered a spot nicely. Also, they make leather dye for home use. Check with a good leather furniture store. (07/28/2009)

By Glenn'sMom

Nail Polish Remover on Leather

To do it right, contact a shoe or saddle repair shop, as they will have actual leather dye and can help you put it back correctly. Or a Tandy Leather store, and it will probably be a two step finish to restore both the color and the shine. Good luck! (07/30/2009)

By Gina J.


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