Scuffs and scratches on leather car seats and leather furniture are an all too common problem that can leave an unsightly area of damage on an otherwise perfect piece of leather upholstery. The good news is that using the guide and products shown on this page, getting rid of scratches and scuffs on leather can be quick, easy and easy on the bank balance! See the video guide above and the step by step guide below for details.
This guide will explain step by step the correct procedures to successfully clean ink stains and marks from leather. Using our leather ink remover kit you can easily remove ink stains from leather furniture, car interior, clothes, handbags and all other items of leather.
There are two different types of cat damage that you can get on your leather furniture. The first is where the cat scratches the sides of the sofa, by plucking out the fibres/hairs from the leather. The second is where the cat will scratch the seating cushion causing a more straight line scratch.
This guide will show you how to fix a burn in leather such as one from a cigarette. Sometimes burns penetrate the leather all of the way through, and so this guide can also be used to demonstrate how to repair a hole in leather as well.
This guide will show you how to restore the colour of a leather car interior. Because we can match the colour of leather exactly, you can use our leather colourant kit to restore the full interior, or one car seat, or even just a worn panel.
This guide will show you how to change the colour of a leather car seat. We will be changing the colour of this car interior from red to cream, but it is possible to change to any colour you want. A colour change can be made from any colour to another, i.e. black to white, or white to black, with just as successful results.