Does anyone know a trick for reducing the visibility of cat scratches on my beautiful Italian leather dining chairs? They are not deep, but are highly visible, because the leather is very dark and the scratches are, or course, lighter.
By sounderdave from Seattle
Scratches on your furniture is just one of the side benefits of living with cats. That being said, I wonder if you might try shoe polish or a matching color of jiffy marker? I am just brainstorming, I don't have any leather furniture, because I do have cats. LOL. (08/18/2010)
I have leather sofas and big dogs. Before I got distressed leather (where the marks don't really matter), I had a smooth leather finish. I would use shoe polish. I would treat the sofa just like a pair of leather shoes - rub some polish on (in a matching color), let it dry some, then buff. (08/19/2010)
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