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I need help with leather stain. I placed a plate that was wet and the ring was imprinted on the couch. It has been 2 days and the stain has not left. Is the burn permanent and if not is there anything i can do to remove it?
Leather furniture is an expensive investment. It is important to not damage the leather when trying to remove pen ink from your furniture. This is a guide about removing pen from leather furniture.
This is a guide about removing dried paint from a leather sofa. Accidents happen; painting a room can sometimes result in spatters and drips on unprotected furniture.
This is a guide about cleaning urine stains and odors from leather furniture. Pets and small children can occasionally have an accident on your leather furniture.
Cyanoacrylate adhesives such as Krazy Glue and Super glue are strong fast acting glues that are widely used. When they accidentally spill on surfaces other then those being glued, removing it must be done carefully.
If you have gotten iodine on leather that may be a difficult stain to remove. This is a guide about removing iodine stain from leather.
This is a guide about removing lipstick stains on leather. Using the correct method and cleaners makes removing lipstick from leather an easier job than expected.
This is a guide about cleaning stains on a leather jacket. While rugged and durable, leather clothing such as a jacket can still be stained by various substances.
This is a guide about repairing a bleach stain on leather. Bleach generally removes or lightens the color of leather. You may be able to disguise or color the blemish.
This is a guide about removing mold and mildew from leather. Unfortunately, mold and mildew can easily grow on leather under the right conditions.
This is a guide about removing fabric dye from a leather couch. Unfortunately sometimes fabric dye from throw pillows and other items can transfer to your leather couch.
This is a guide about cleaning body oil stains on leather jacket. The natural oils from our skin can leave stains on a leather jacket, particularly on the collar.
This is a guide about removing rust stains from leather. Rust stains on leather furniture, car seats, and other items can be difficult to remove without damaging the finish and color of the leather.
This is a guide about removing milk stains from leather. Milkfat is the main culprit in the stains left by accidental spills.
This is a guide about cleaning stains on leather couch. Moisturizers and other lotions may be good for your skin, but they can leave stains on your leather furniture.
This is a guide about cleaning oil stains on a leather purse. Oily food stains and other oil based stains may be difficult to remove from a leather purse.
This is a guide about removing blood stains from leather furniture. Care must be taken when removing any type of stain from leather furniture, to protect the finish and color.
Nail polish remover does a great job of removing polish, but if used or spilled on leather it can damage the dye. This is a guide about fixing nail polish remover stains on leather.
Unfortunately it is not uncommon to get Sharpie marks on your leather couch. This is a guide about cleaning permanent (Sharpie) marker from a leather couch.
Whether its a jacket, purse, or other item, ink stains on leather can ruin an items appearance. It is important to not further damage the leather when trying to remove the ink.