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Thread: Jean Claude Jitrois – Beaded Bolero Lambskin Leather Jacket – stain, nick, recoloring & moisturizing.

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    Default Jean Claude Jitrois – Beaded Bolero Lambskin Leather Jacket – stain, nick, recoloring & moisturizing.

    I have a jacket I may want to send to you.
    Her red lamb jacket needs stains removed on the sleeve and a tiny nick in the color, recolored and moisture.
    It has 2" beaded trim and is a designer jacket - Jean Claude Jitrois.
    I'm afraid to touch it.
    And average cost please.
    Can you help?

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    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Greater Vancouver, Canada.


    >>> And average cost please?

    Average Cost:
    General Cleaning: $49
    Stain Removal: $49
    Hydrating: $49
    Fatliquoring: $49
    Redyeing: $98
    Topcoating: $49
    Protection: $15
    Hot Plating: $15

    Use this Aniline (A.n) - Lambskin as our reference guide.
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    Leather Doctor Kit – Aniline Leather Dye Refinishing Kit
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    Leather Doctorฎ Kit, aniline leather dye refinishing kit is designed for dyestuff and topcoat refinishing from the simple sunlight fading to the severely sweat damages from body oil and grease. Most severely penetrated, prolonged and neglected stains show a darkening effect with a sticky feel have its topcoat and dyestuff probably deteriorated by the sweat. When the stain feels sticky, it is a sign of leather denaturing and reverting to rawhide from breaking of bonds with the tanning agent. When sign of color is transfer to a white towel, it indicates that the dyestuff has also break bonds with the protein fiber. When leather is stiff or shows signs of whitish residue migrating, it shows that the fatliquor is breaking bonds as well with the protein fiber. The main component of the leather protein fiber is amphoteric while the other constituents are not; shifting of the pH mainly caused from sweat to alkalinity affects the pH imbalance. To revert from denaturing into rawhide prior to topcoat refinishing, contaminated alkaline soiling is removed with Degreaser-2.2, a waterbased (pH 2.2) multifunctional degreaser that emulsifies greasy contamination besides controlling dye bleeding and charging the protein fiber ionic positive for strengthening the attraction between the ionic negative tanning agent, dyestuff and fatliquor. Deflocculated and suspended soiling is towel extracted, thereafter rinse and pH balanced with Acidifier-2.0 to prevent the leather from reverting to rawhide. When leather feels sticky or slimy it is a sign of leather denaturing, a squeaky feel when wet is a sign of a healthy leather. Hydrator-3.3 relaxes stiff leathers and removes surface tension free from surface blotchiness prior to fat and oil replenishing. Fat and oil is replenished with Fatliquor-5.0 to rejuvenate the leather for the desired suppleness when dry. Custom redyeing commences prior to topcoat refinishing. Protector-B+ imparts a non-stick rub-resistant protection with a buttery-feel that shield against sticky soiling and reduce friction noises. Note that the mentioned product suffix number denotes its pH value in this holistic leather-safe aniline leathers dyestuff and topcoat refinishing system. Please email [email protected] for custom matching services or choice of color: Antique-Brown, Black, Yellow, Orange, Red, Red-Brown, Rubine, Blue or Dark-Brown. And choice of topcoat luster: Gloss or Satin. This kit comes with reduced weight option to save on shipping thus the 250ml concentrate ratio such as Acidifier-2.0, Rinse-3.0, Hydrator-3.3 and Fatliquor-5.0 has to be cut or filled up with distilled water prior to use.

    Roger Koh
    Leather Care Consultant
    [email protected]

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