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    Default Restoration Hardware Maxwell couch. Itís older (2007), in super dry Colorado

    I need help with my Restoration Hardware Maxwell couch. Itís older (2007) and we live in super dry Colorado. I need to put moisture back into it. Is that possible? What do I need to bring this back to life?

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    >>> I just want it to be soft again and no weird creases in random places.

    The care kit could be a starting point if you want to achieve softness and reduces creases. Note that the creases could be the dryer parts of the leather that need more conditioning with the original fatliquor used in the tannery. The average moisture content (fat and oil) is about 14%. In addition, the secondary conditioner imparts the wax pull-up effect and natural sheen when the white wax crystal is activated with a heat dryer. Extra gloss to the original (check on hidden areas) could be accomplished with AnilineTop-76G (then you will need the topcoat restoration kit).

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    Here is the matrix guide and other description information and kits are found from this link . . .
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    >>> I need to put moisture back into it. Is that possible?

    Yes, the moisture the leather need is the fatliquor (fat and oil) replenishing up to the original 14% level, will bring back the original suppleness.


    >>> What do I need to bring this back to life?

    Hydrator-3.3 > Fatliquor-5.0 > Hydrator-3.3 system.

    More readings from . . .

    Hydrator-3.3 and
    https://www.leatherdoctor.com/leatherhydrator-3-3-1/

    Fatliquor-5.0
    https://www.leatherdoctor.com/leatherfatliquor-5-0-1/

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