Clean the leather. Preferably with our cleaner, contact us for information. Use a small brush such as one you would clean underneath your finger nails. The cleaner may become dry whilst cleaning the seat so re-agitate by brushing again with a wet brush.
Wipe clean with paper towel and repeat until satisfied. This process will ensure the closest match possible by bringing the seat colour to as original a colour as possible. Do not be fooled by what looks clean, it may have a film of “something” all over it.
If the leather is dry then condition them by applying our conditioner, available with and without the “smell of traditional English leather”. Massage in with a cloth or by hand and leave overnight. Then wipe with a damp cloth to remove excess conditioner.
You can now apply colour with the sponge or with a spray gun. LIGHT applications and several hours between each application. DO NOT be too keen to cover the damage, the colour will cover the damage eventually.
You can apply to the “bruise” or to the whole panel for whatever is felt the best effect.
In cracks you can apply the colour into the crack and then leave for a few minutes and then wipe over with a damp cloth. This will remove new colour from good leather and leave it in the crack. Leave for a few hours and re-apply, thus filling the unsightly crack into a natural “crease”.
Contact 01955 6219555 / 44 1955 621955 for further support