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I have a "leather like" sofa that has spots where it is peeling away. What can I do to fix it or just prevent it from getting worse?
I feel your pain. I had this, didnt address it and now my couch looks horrible!
I looked here there seems to be a tutorial: https://www.you ch?v=noLvQiT9oZo
and also these guys have this to say: "When fake leather begins to peel and crack, a vinyl and leather repair kit with included tints allows you to make a repair that closely matches the shade of the material." http://homeguid ather-90830.html
Or here: "To properly repair faux leather, you'd begin by applying a repair compound like our FC1 Soft Filler to create a new vinyl-like surface. This creates water repellency and reflects light similarly to the original material. Dyeing the repair is the final step (or perhaps a coat of Clear Prep+Finish for more luster). However, any new coating on an already unstable surface will add more weight, accelerate wear, and ultimately suffer the same fate." https://www.rub d-leather-blues/
Amazon has a product called ReStorIt, but it has gotten mixed reviews. https://www.ama rs/dp/B001E01TPK
Real leather is much easier to fix. If it is a fairly new sofa, I would contact the store or manufacturer.
Peel it all off! I did. Now it looks like a new suede sofa!
How did you do it? By hand? Chemically? This chair is so comfortable my Honey loves it, but I can't afford no expensive repair kit. Thanks.