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  1. Restoring Faded Fabric Upholstery

    Restoring Faded Fabric Upholstery

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    Warning! PLEASE READ THE FULL INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING ANY WORK Cleaning Make sure the fabric is thoroughly clean before application. Dirt, grease and grime will stop the Fabricolour from being absorbed easily and so cleaning the fabric is an important step. Spray the Fabric Cleaner & Spotter onto the fabric so it becomes damp and agitate with a Tampico Brush. Apply...
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  2. How to Repair Deep Scratch in Wood

    How to Repair Deep Scratch in Wood

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    Wooden Furniture can get knocked causing scuffs, scratches and small chips. This guide is aimed at teaching you how get professional results when repairing wood using the Hard Wax Repair Kit for wood. PRODUCTS REQUIRED Hard Wax Wood Filler - replaces the missing wood from chips or dents Method This repair is being done using the Dark Hard Wax Repair...
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  3. How to Repair a Chip in Wood

    How to Repair a Chip in Wood

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    The edges of wood furniture can easily get chipped. Hardwood and laminate flooring is also prone to chipping and when these wooden items get chipped, you need a product that can repair it properly. Follow this guide to see how to repair a chip in wood using the Hard Wax Repair Kit. PRODUCTS REQUIRED Hard Wax Wood Filler - replaces...
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  4. How to Get a Spare Piece of Leather

    How to Get a Spare Piece of Leather

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    This guide will show you how to get a spare piece of leather from a leather bound item like a sofa or chair. You will need this if you would like us to perform a colour match for one of our colourant products. We will need a piece around the size of a 5p coin or 2cm / 1inch square...
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  5. How to Change the Colour of Leather Car Seats

    How to Change the Colour of Leather Car Seats

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    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...
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  6. How to Remove Stains from Leather

    How to Remove Stains from Leather

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    Leather Stain Remover is specifically formulated to remove a wide range of stains from any leather surface, without damaging the leather itself. It is perfectly safe to use on all types of leather, with the exception of more absorbent types such as Aniline or Pull-Up leather. Although a dye transfer stain is used for demonstration, the same process can be...
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  7. How to Repair a Burn in Leather

    How to Repair a Burn in Leather

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    This guide will show you how to fix a burn in leather such as a cigarette burn. 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 photo shows a cigarette burn in a leather car seat. To fix the...
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  8. How to Soften Leather

    How to Soften Leather

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    Softening leather isn’t a hard task and is easily achieved using Leather Revive, a leather oil designed to soften hard leather Leather car seats dry out due to extreme highs and lows in temperature, the interior can become very hot during the day and then cool right down at night. This effect can slowly cause the natural oils in the...
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  9. How to Repair a Cut in Leather

    How to Repair a Cut in Leather

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    This guide will show you how to fix a cut in leather, which has only cut the surface of the leather. If the cut has gone all the way through, causing a split in the leather, you should read the tear repair guide. This photo shows a cut in a leather sofa. To fix the cut you will need the...
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  10. How to Repair Cat Scratches on Leather

    How to Repair Cat Scratches on Leather

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    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. From the photos below, select what type...
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