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    Default Rissman aniline bench

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    This aniline bench has water damage from a water leak in the clients home. There is a ridge where the rings are. How should we proceed?

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    >>> This aniline bench has water damage from a water leak in the clients home. There is a ridge where the rings are. How should we proceed?

    Use CleanPro-1.5 > Acidifier-2.0 > Hydrator-3.3 > Fatliquor-5.0 to restore this water damage problem.

    Use CleanPro-1.5 (a low pH value of 1.5) for cleaning and
    Acidifier-2.0 (pH value 2.0) to strengthen the protein fiber ionic positive (+ve) attraction for the ionic negative (-ve) migrating leather constituents.

    Hydrator-3.3 deep penetration to the entire bench without any dry line will help redistribute the migrating ionic negative leather constituents. A dwell time with evaporation control up to 72 hours will help restore the migrating leather constituents. Massaging to help reduce the ridgeline will help to facilitate the water movement.

    Before the Hydrator-3.3 is completely dry, Fatliquor-5.0 is introduced supple up the leather when completely dry. Slow natural drying produces softer leather.

    Please show pictures of the working process.

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    I cleaned and gently agitated the piece with towels, then as soon as I sprayed with acidifier, the areas effected darkened but I am having difficulties getting the surface tension to break anywhere else. The raised stain still remain.

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    >>> I cleaned and gently agitated the piece with towels, then as soon as I sprayed with acidifier, the areas effected darkened

    1- The leather should be darkened up with both CleanPro-1.5 and Acidifier-2.0 cleaning and rinsing process, first to the stain areas, and then to the entire surface without leaving a dry line.
    2- Continue darkening the entire leather surface to the entire surface with Hydrator-3.3. Make sure it has enough moisture content to move the ridge and dwelling up to 72hours with evaporation control with visual inspection at interval for subsiding of the ridge and moisture content serves the expected end result.
    3- When the ridge is subsided, Fatliquor-5.0 application begins to supple-up the leather.


    >>> but I am having difficulties getting the surface tension to break anywhere else.

    Surface tension should break with CleanPro-1.5, otherwise use Surfactant-3.6 to break for even darkening appearance.


    >>> The raised stains still remain.

    The water movement working effect of Hydrator-3.3, with sufficient moisture content, and dwell time (a little moisture content should ooze out when press with finger for optimum moisture content) - will work out the raised stain.

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    2-22 A The leather is faded and slightly blotchy. It was originally like this but it is now a little more noticeable. I tried applying Aniline-76 but it isn't going to cover enough, can I mix a little Micro-54 with Aniline -76?

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    2-22B The rings are still a little prominent, and I can slightly feel them. Is there a way to press or manipulate the leather to make them less noticeable. Or do have another idea?

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    >>> 2-22 A The leather is faded and slightly blotchy. It was originally like this but it is now a little more noticeable. I tried applying Aniline-76 but it isn't going to cover enough, can I mix a little Micro-54 with Aniline -76?

    Option is to have Aniline-21 add to Aniline-76 (clear), then add to the existing Aniline-76.
    By adding a little of Micro-54 may alter the appearance into translucent instead of transparent.


    >>> 2-22B The rings are still a little prominent, and I can slightly feel them. Is there a way to press or manipulate the leather to make them less noticeable. Or do have another idea?

    Use an iron on a wool setting and iron over a normal white paper print to level out the rings.

    Please show results of the progress.

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    Finished and looks great

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    Opposite side, different lighting. Looks nearly perfect and still feels and looks natural.

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    >>> Looks nearly perfect and still feels and looks natural.

    Agree! Keep up with the excellent work!

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