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    Default How to remove red wine from leather jacket?

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    Use this d'Tannin-3.5 as found in this specialty remover collections for the red wine removal.

    Pictures #8 & #9 are probably facial makeup stains. A light even application of Prep-4.4 would probably do the job with fine horsehair agitation in between the grains if any follows with Cleaner-3.8 > Rinse-3.0.

    The rest of the jacket after the red wine and the makeup removal may follow a general cleaning with Cleaner-3.8 > Rinse-3.0.

    Let us know your progress...


    Roger Koh
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    Leather Doctor® d’Tannin-3.5
    It’s for Pigmented, Aniline, Vachetta, Nubuck, Suede, Hair-on-Hide and Woolskin leather types.
    This is a pH 3.5 aqueous leather-safe tannin stain remover.
    It’s for removing cellulose stains such as coffee, tea, wine and some dyes.
    Stains that derive from plants will probably be removed with this product.
    This product is available in 60ml, 250ml and in quart.

    Instruction:
    1] Test for discoloration on a hidden area - check when dry as it may strip some dyes.
    2] A thorough cleaning is necessary for compound stains prior to application.
    3] Apply by dropper, cotton swab or spray then extract with absorbent towel until towel shows clean.
    4] Allow natural drying for chemical reaction to take effect, repeat if necessary.
    5] Rinse residue with Rinse-3.0 to a healthy squeak.
    Last edited by Roger Koh; 04-26-2011 at 09:23 AM.

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    We were unable to remove the wine stains. Are we able to dye the jacket to cover the stains? If so, what is the procedure? What kind of dye do we need?

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    We were unable to remove the wine stains.
    I suggest you test out with d’Tannin-3.5 again, if its wine it should be removed.

    Are we able to dye the jacket to cover the stains?
    To cover the wine stain with the “same” color you would need an opaque pigment rather than a transparent dye.

    If so, what is the procedure?
    Using a 3 inches PolyBrush will do the job.

    What kind of dye do we need?
    Pigment Napa-84 with Napa Topcoat-78Satin

    Roger Koh
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    Leather Doctor® Pigment Napa-84
    It’s for soft lambskin and napa garment leathers; that forms a discontinuous breathable film for wearing comfort.
    This is a lacquer emulsion high performance color coat; strong against UV light than standard pigment.
    To provide a more color consistency than aniline dyestuff with its buttery softness warm characteristic.
    Standard colors available in Black-412, White-405, Tan-486, Ochre-484, Maroon-402, Yellow-436, Orange-404, Red-454 and Blue-440.
    This product is available in 60ml, 250ml and quart.
    Email info@leatherdoctor.com for prices.
    Instruction:
    1] Prep clean - use Prep-7.7 follows by Cleaner-3.8 then Rinse-3.0.
    2] Leather rejuvenation – use Hydrator-3.3 follows with Fatliquor-5.0.
    3] Paint pad in a light circular motion avoiding streaks.
    4] Blow dries prior to subsequent coat.
    5] Topcoat protection - use Topcoat Napa-78S for Satin or Napa-44G for Gloss.

    Leather Doctor® Topcoat Napa-44G
    It’s a gloss finish for lambskin and napa leathers.
    This is a soft nitrocellulose lacquer emulsion topcoat.
    This product is available in 60ml, 250ml and quart.
    Email info@leatherdoctor.com for prices.
    Instruction:
    1] Apply after Pigment Napa-84 otherwise prep clean - use Prep-4.4 follows with Cleaner-3.8 then Rinse-3.0.
    2] Pad gently avoiding streaks or drips.
    3] Let dry between coats.
    4] Buttery-feel, non-stick protection with a classic leather scent - use leather Scent-B.

    Leather Doctor® Topcoat Napa-78S
    It’s a satin finish for lambskin and napa leathers.
    This is a soft nitrocellulose lacquer emulsion topcoat.
    This product is available in 60ml, 250ml and quart.
    Email info@leatherdoctor.com for prices.
    Instruction:
    1] Apply after Pigment Napa-84 otherwise prep clean - use Prep-4.4 follows with Cleaner-3.8 then Rinse-3.0.
    2] Pad gently avoiding streaks or drips.
    3] Let dry between coats.
    4] Buttery-feel, non-stick protection with a classic leather scent - use leather Scent-B.
    Last edited by Roger Koh; 07-06-2011 at 08:20 AM.

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