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  1. How to Clean Classic Car Interiors

    How to Clean Classic Car Interiors

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     With consistent wear, the leather interiors of cars can attract dirt and grime, deep into the grain of the leather. The interior of classic cars, in particular, can become dull and jaded with age and wear. Within this guide, we will guide you through how to best clean and protect these leathers using Furniture Clinic's Leather Cleaner & Leather...
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  2. How to Clean Leather

    How to Clean Leather

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    Step by step guide: Simple steps for cleaning leather To clean leather you need to use Leather Cleaner. This is a very effective cleaner that deep cleans into the grain removing all dirt and grime from leather. Safe to use on all leather types except suede & nubuck, with outstanding results. When cleaning leather, it is always best to clean leather...
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  3. How to Clean Aniline Leather

    How to Clean Aniline Leather

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    This guide will explain how to clean aniline leather. Aniline leather is a very soft and natural type of leather, as it is only dyed and contains no pigmented surface coating. As such, it soaks in stains and dirt very easily. To identify if your leather is aniline leather put a small drop of water onto the leather and if...
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  4. How to Remove Ink Stains from Leather

    How to Remove Ink Stains from Leather

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    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. To remove the ink stain you will need the Leather Ink Remover Kit. It is also...
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  5. 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 absorbant 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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