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    hi Roger

    can this Chanel flap be saved, I know I will have to use hydrator then fatliquor, will I then use impreginator? then bond ?
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    can this Chanel flap be saved, I know I will have to use hydrator then fatliquor, will I then use impreginator? then bond ?

    A complete restoration to both the structure and finishes would include these process:

    A - Restorative Cleaning:
    Body oil, grease and sweat based stain is recommended to be removed with Degreaser-2.2 > Acidifier-2.0 > Hydrator-3.3 system.
    Dye transfer and other general stains is recommended to be removed with Prep-4.4 > Clean-3.8 > Rinse-3.0.
    All other known stains are removed accordingly to the Aniline (A.fs) Full Sauvage Leather Problem Solving Matrix - see row #7 to #17 and process accordingly to the sequence of steps. However, all stains are removed continuously in the wet system prior to ‘Fatliquor-5.0’.

    B - Repairs to Structural Problems
    See row #30 to #35.

    C - Repairs to Finish Problems:
    See row #23 to #29

    Aniline (A.fs) full sauvage - Leather Problem Solving Matrix
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    See this aniline refinishing Kit-A7.cl
    http://www.leatherdoctor.com/kit-a7-...finishing-kit/
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    thank you Roger, I will see what supplies I still have, I will order whats needed,

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Size:  4.66 MB the hydrator and fatliquor right away, in case it was too dry to start repairs, Ill let it naturally dry after then start repairs, I never used the impreginator before, but this sounds really good for the leather. here are a couple more photos of my progress so far, its been wrapped for about 20 hours with the hydrator and fatliquor

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    Tips!

    While still saturated with both Hydrator-3.3 & Fatliquor-5.0 try to stretch from the reverse side using tip of a small marker pen to push the crease line and quilting shape forward. It will help in the appearance. This stretching could start from the end of the Hydrator-3.3 and at every subsequent Fatliquor-5.0 application.

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    ITS getting there, looks better than when I first received it, I do find it hard to cover the stucco , as it white and must take a few more coats of the black? I didnt put the final gloss on yet because I find it looks so shiny already?
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    Tips!

    >>> I do find it hard to cover the stucco, as it white and must take a few more coats of the black?
    Mix the Stucco-90 with the black color before you apply.


    >>> I didn’t put the final gloss on yet because I find it looks so shiny already?

    AnilineTop-76G is to seal the dyestuff for durability and cleanability.


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    ok, I will do that, thank you

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