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How can I remove paint from my leather jacket without damaging the jacket?

By Clarence from Durham, NC

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December 13, 2011 Flag
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How should I clean a sheep skin leather jacket? My black leather jacket (sheep skin) has been stained by house paint dust and 1 small drop of paint. I don't know how to take it out without a mark left behind. Please help. Thank you.

By Deuan from Sathorn, Bangkok

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February 2, 20120 found this helpful

Oh you really must be very carfull of it. I have a coat made of 100% sheepskin and know how hard it is to clean. You need to buy a leather and suede brush and spot eraser. They sell them in some supermarkets, and they will have then in any shoe store or shoe repair. That is the only thing I can think of that won't distroy your coat. Other than that you will need to take it to a furrier.

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January 9, 2011 Flag
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How can I get paint off a leather coat?

By William from Tampa, FL

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You could try turps. I do not think it would do anything to the leather, but I would read up on it first. (01/04/2010)

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January 3, 2010 Flag
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I have my wonderful leather jacket that I love to wear all the time. But, it has this pink paint stain on it. I tried every possible solution to take it off, but nothing worked. Can any of you guys help me out here?

Ben from Ottawa, Ontario

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If none of these solutions work, try finding a fabric paint that closely matches the color of the leather, and just paint over the stain. Not a perfect fix, but something I've used in the past when a stain just can't be removed. (02/24/2009)

By WildIrish

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How about vinegar? Or an ink eraser? (02/24/2009)

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February 23, 2009 Flag
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How do I get paint off of a leather jacket?

Leanne from Scarborough, Ontario

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Hot water worked great. All I did was, use just hot water from the tap and rub lightly. It came off easily. Thanks for the help. (12/03/2008)

By Matt S

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I bought a high end purse secondhand at a very steep discount, due to the fact that it had a small paint splatter, on one of the bottom corners. I'm not sure what type of paint, it looks like the type for painting interiors. It is made of a rough, textured black leather. I used the isopropyl alcohol trick. I applied it with a Q-Tip and wiped the excess alcohol off with a clean cotton ball. Then I went over the affected spots with a cotton ball soaked with baby oil. Then I cleaned the excess baby oil off with a clean cotton ball. Looks like new! You cannot even tell that there was "damage" to the affected areas. (01/31/2009)

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