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Thread: Can I just lacquer this headrest?

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    Default Can I just lacquer this headrest?

    My situation is similar to this old thread:
    http://www.leathercleaningrestoratio...ss%AE-Recliner

    I just purchased this chair, at first thought it was soiling, seller said the finish was worn, but I think what happened is that someone wiped the headrest with a solvent. Note that the finish is intact into the folds.

    And I'm really lazy here - I don't want to spend more than 15 minutes "fixing" this - is there a quick coating I can put on this? I'm thinking that it might simply be lacquer.
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    >>> I don't want to spend more than 15 minutes "fixing" this - is there a quick coating I can put on this?

    Using Kit-Sa7.cl
    http://www.leatherdoctor.com/kit-sa7...finishing-kit/
    will sure take more then 15 minutes.

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    Well, not only the time that's $215. Plus the airbrush. So, no, that's not useful in my situation.

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    >>> I'm thinking that it might simply be lacquer.

    Let us know your progress . . .

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