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Leather Coat Dye Transferred Onto Vinyl Stool?

A wet leather coat placed onto a cream vinly stool has transferred dye. I have tried white spirits, white vinegar, and washup liquid with no luck.

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By Paulmc

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November 19, 20180 found this helpful

To remove a dye stain from vinyl I would try rubbing alcohol and if that does not work, then I would try some Penetrol on a rag and wipe.

Or buy a new stool. Dyes are very hard to remove if they set in.

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