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Thread: Pigmented (Two-Tone) - Restoring the color on one area of my leather sofa

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    Default Pigmented (Two-Tone) - Restoring the color on one area of my leather sofa

    I love my leather sofa, but it somehow was discolored after an inadvertent spill of cleaning fluid - not sure.

    How do I restore this color so that it is not so ugly? I am afraid that I am not very handy so are there services that do this kind of thing?

    I purchased this from Ashley Furniture 3 years ago and the website says that the sofa is described as: slightly corrected leather surface offers a clean uniform grain appearance with a spray two-tone effect to enhance color and depth...

    I am enclosing three photos: one to see the whole sofa, one to see the original coloration up close, and then the damaged area.

    I really appreciate your tips on how to repair this!

    Dano
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    Need a refinishing repair with 2Tone-37 system and the sequence of process would be as follows:

    Removing Existing Damaged Secondary Coloring:
    1 – Stripping of the secondary finishes with Stripper-2.3 - http://www.leatherdoctor.com/stripper-2-3/
    2 – with this StrippingBrush-2 - http://www.leatherdoctor.com/strippingbrush-2/

    Primer Coating for Superior Adhesion:
    3 – Use Adhesor-73 - http://www.leatherdoctor.com/adhesor-73/

    Secondary Coloring:
    4 – Use 2Tone-37 to match existing color - http://www.leatherdoctor.com/2tone-37/

    Custom Matching Service:
    5 - http://www.leatherdoctor.com/color-matching/

    Top Coat to Seal Coloring:
    6 - http://www.leatherdoctor.com/microtop-54/

    Rub-Resistant Protection:
    7 – Protector-B or B+ - http://www.leatherdoctor.com/protector-b/


    >>> I am afraid that I am not very handy so are there services that do this kind of thing?

    Only the color application that will need a little practice, airbrushing will get a better result however stamping with a brush also produces equal good result with other varied universal methods or techniques.

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