The alcohol cleaner removes all surface grease, grime and other contaminants that could otherwise cause adhesion problems.
Alcohol cleaner should be used as part of the preparation process just before any remedial or colour work is undertaken. If you are undertaking a restoration project you should use the Leather Prep first, then the Alcohol Cleaner.
The Alcohol Cleaner essentially removes any silicones which may have been present as feel modifiers in the original finish. These silicones may not be soluble in the Leather Prep, so it is important to use the Alcohol Cleaner to ensure the repair products adhere properly.
Alcohol Cleaner is suitable for use on furniture, car interiors, clothes, footwear, handbags and accessories.
An essential part of the preparation process , it is designed for use on:
Aniline and Semi-Aniline Leather
Two Tone, Mottled and Antique Finished Leather
Oil and Wax Pull Up Leather
Vinyl and Faux Leather
Simply wet a cloth in the alcohol cleaner and rub it onto the damaged area of leather. The alcohol cleaner will remove dirt, grease and grime from the surface of the leather. If the finish is weak it will also remeove some colour. This process is required to prepare the leather for colouring.
After using the alcohol cleaner you would then proceed to make and repairs or re-colour the leather.
This product is excellent in removing biro pen from leather sofas and also other colours which may have "bled" from leather belts or brightly coloured clothes onto your light coloured leather sofa. It has "saved" my sofa on many occasions after my husband has left a pen behind his ear and then rested his head back. It also has a multitude of uses around the home, such as cleaning mirrors, cutting through grease and finger marks from melamine kitchen cupboard doors, removing biro pen from dry clean only clothes and cleaning marks from the front of appliances. I simply could not do without this product and have bought several bottles.
Yes, I recommend this product.