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Thread: Suede Shearling: Ballpoint Ink: How do you get ink out from shearling coat?

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    Default Suede Shearling: Ballpoint Ink: How do you get ink out from shearling coat?

    Photos attached.
    It is hard to see now especially since I sprayed (Fatliquor-5.0) the coat yesterday.
    It is about 3'' long black ink or marker.
    When it fully dries and lightens a bit it is much more visible.
    I took a photo of the coat so you have an idea of what type it is.

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    >>> How do you get ink out from shearling coat?

    Applying Prep-4.4 neatly using a cotton swab and allowing dwelling overnight will help the ink to disperse.
    Sticky residue is thereafter clean with Clean-3.8 and Rinse-3.0.
    Pre-cleaning is done with Eraser-5 to revive the nap.
    When Prep-4.4 dries up Eraser-5 is used to again revive the nap prior to Clean-3.8 > Rinse-3.0.
    Leather rejuvenating for softness is done with Hydrator-3.3 to relax unnatural creases and wrinkles prior to fatliquor replenishing it. Reviving the nap with Eraser-5 is done at each drying cycle. Protector-B+ impart a non-stick, rub-resistant buttery-feel which will also reduce the ballpoint tip from dispersing the nasty ink when contact.


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    Leather Doctor® Kit-S3, suede care kit is an innovative leather-safe (pH 3 - 5) system designed for keeping suede leathers at their highest level of appearance, maintaining its pH chemistry integrity, enhancing their suppleness and prevents premature ageing. Leathers that faced the sun, closed to fireplace and heaters dries out the fat and oil that keeps it supple sooner than the non-heat exposed areas. The diminishing of the fat and oil through evaporation results in the leather fibers being stick closer together that results in stiffness and when flexed during used will lead to cracks. Periodic use of Hydrator-3.3 to plumps the stick together fibers prior to fat and oil replenishing with Fatliquor-5.0 will keep the leather supple and strong. Thus, reduce the premature ageing of the leather against stiffness and cracking. The surface wear of the leather is greatly reduced in preventive care with a rub-resistant Protector-S+ that enhances a non-stick silky-feel to shield against sticky soiling. Periodic cleaning and rinsing with Clean-3.8 follows by Rinse-3.0 to the bare body contact areas like headrest and armrest or collar and cuffs of jacket helps reduce greasy soiling build-up. Restorative cleaning and occasional dye stains removal from ink and new blue jeans are accomplished with Prep-4.4. Note that the mentioned product suffix number denotes its pH value in this leather-safe holistic care system for suede. Note: For fine suede, treat it as nubuck (Kit N3) using nubuck Brush-2 / Eraser-4 instead.

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