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Thread: Aniline (Full Mono-Tone) - chairs and ottomans - severe oils on chairs also sun fading-11 years old for: "Langan"

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    Default Aniline (Full Mono-Tone) - chairs and ottomans - severe oils on chairs also sun fading-11 years old for: "Langan"

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    Iordered antique 27 please let me know if you think it should be something other,

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    It always depends on the outcome of the stain remover.

    And if no objection to a higher color saturation, then Aniline-76 would be a better choice - refinishing back to the original "transparent" aniline.

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    >>> Severe oils on chairs

    Tips:

    Razor-60 off existing topcoat during the Degreaser-2.2 > Acidifier-2.0 > Hydrator-3.3 process makes wicking the contamination easier.

    Predetermine the amount of Fatliquor-5.0 necessary to be replenished before allowing the leather to dry prevent potential leather cracking.

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    Confused again, We asked if (Iordered antique 27 please let me know if you think it should be something other). and you replied (And if no objection to a higher color saturation, then Aniline-76 would be a better choice - refinishing back to the original "transparent" aniline.). And you made up Antique 27- I thought we would discuss this before proceeding with mixing dye? Will Antique-27 be ok?

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    >>> Will Antique-27 be ok?

    If there is no objection to a higher color saturation to camouflage the darkest remaining of a stain or after dry preparation inspection – Aniline-76 would be a better choice.
    Since the sample is aniline, restoring it back to aniline will retain the value of this chair and ottoman.

    We can switch your ‘Langan’ order to Aniline-76 and edit the invoice accordingly.

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    5-18A Back is too dark, client may be ok with being darker but what about ordering micro-54 and giving it a light coat to lighten up and even out the color? I'm sending pictures of other areas too, the color is very uneven, there are many darker spots that just don't look natural.

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    5-18B LO Arm, too dark and tip of arm is even darker, I stretched and got it lighter.

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    5-18C R ARM SAME AS LEFT ARM

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    5-18D Seat cushion, not sure if darker spots are showing up?

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    >>> 5-18A Back is too dark

    Was the back done as recommended? - ‘Razor-60 off existing topcoat during the Degreaser-2.2 > Acidifier-2.0 > Hydrator-3.3 process makes wicking the contamination easier.”


    >>> what about ordering micro-54 and giving it a light coat to lighten up and even out the color?

    Yes can be done, but have to consider the contamination below the surface if it going to affect adhesion.
    It is wiser as well to remove the contamination as thoroughly as possible for not affecting the finish.
    And Adhesor-73 recommended as well to ensure proper adhesion.


    >>> 5-18D Seat cushion, not sure if darker spots are showing up?

    Micro-54 for covering up with a lightening effect is the solution if refinishing with transparent dyestuff dark marks camouflaging effect is not desirable. However, transparent Aniline-76 is also recommended as a secondary coating to produce an ‘Aniline Effect’ will not deviate the original finish too far with the desired beauty of depth.

    Tips:
    Cut the custom matching dyestuff with Aniline-76 Clear to control or reduce color intensity.

    Roger Koh
    Leather Care Consultant / Practitioner / Instructor

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    5-21A Covered darker areas with Micro-54 to blend and even out appearance.


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    5-21B Finished with Aniline-76 and looks and feels great, still slightly dark.


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    5-21C close up of finished seat cushion

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    5-21D close up of finished back
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    When compared with the before picture.

    I think but most certain that I would be a happy client as well.

    And would rave about your services.

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