DIY For Your Leather Items:

Some minor damage or maintenance can be done by ourselves and simply no need for the professionals.  

  • Seams: 

A DIY repairs compound is not going to repair seams. Meaning it doesn’t work with the stitched part of the seam. It is going to focus on cracking which goes along the seam.

Quip tip for seam repairment:

Seams repair can be done using super glue, but be careful because it dries really quickly. Before applying the glue, practice bringing the two sides together, so you know exactly how they fit together and where to place the glue. It dries very fast so you need to get it right the first time.

The result of your DIY repairs depends greatly on the extent of the damage you are trying to fix. It may be a burn from a cigarette, or maybe a cat scratch or an area of wear. Mostly however, you will not be able to tell that there was any damage at all unless you look really closely. 

  • Ink: 

Sometimes mistakenly ink stains are left on the sofa or car seat. Stubborn stains can not be removed in that situation you need professional hands. However, stains can be removed by DIY. 

Tech Tip: The best way to remove ink

There’s a good number of “wonder” products around that can remove ink. Hence, you do not need any expensive products. Below there are few Leather Repair Tips & Facts which can be beneficial to you, let’s heap into those tips and trick:

  • All you actually need offers some isopropyl alcohol often called “rubbing alcohol”. 
  • Soak some cotton wool in rubbing alcohol 
  • Dab gently and watch the ink soften and lift away.
  • There is no need to rub, just let the alcohol do the work. 
  • This method can be used on most leather, just be careful not to use too much alcohol as it may remove the colour. Always test in an inconspicuous area first.

Additionally, for more serious ink stains, seam repair anything just name it have all the solution for your leather related concern. Sometimes DIY can not work in that condition it may be best to seek the advice of a professional leather cleaner in Nottingham.