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Cat Urine Bleached Leather Couch

I have a leather couch that our cat decided to use rather than the cat box. Unfortunately, there are a few areas that the urine or vomit took the color out of (merlot color). I've cleaned the couch and replaced the foam cushions, but is there a way to re-dye the areas that seem to be bleached out and are a little rough feeling? I've tried shoe polish, but it didn't work. Thanks!

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JK from Phoenix, AZ

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January 23, 20090 found this helpful

What about trying a permanent marker in the same color of your couch or maybe try dabbing a little red wine on the spot. ~Janette~

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