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Grease Stains on Leather

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How do you get grease stains off leather?

Judy from MI

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By (Guest Post)02/13/2009

I have spilled Chinese food grease on my light brown leather boots I have two questions:
Does regular flour work as well? And does it matter if it is a light brown leather shoe?

By Sam B. (Guest Post)02/04/2009

Thanks for help!

11/20/2007

Once a stain is in the leathre you cannot get it out. If your leather has taken on a darker appearance try heating with a hairdryer and massaging the area. Clean with a good foam leather cleaner and eventually the stain may blend in.

If you use a good leather protector it will help inhibit this sort of problem in the furture.

http://www.LTTsolutions.net
Leather Care consultants

By Sarah21 (Guest Post)10/01/2007

How do i get grease stains out of a brown leather sofa? Please help!

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Archive: Cooking Grease on Gray Leather Shoes

How do I get a cooking grease stain out of my gray leather shoes?

Please help,
Dwain


RE: Cooking Grease on Gray Leather Shoes

GREASE

Steps:

1. Blot excess grease with a clean cloth.

2. Sprinkle talcum powder or cornstarch on the affected area.

3. Let sit for at least 4 hours, then wipe off the powder.

courtesy of ehow.com (11/26/2004)

By truleelee

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