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    Default Restoration Hardware Maxwell - Scratches and Fading!

    I have this leather sofa and Im trying to make it look great again.

    What would you recommend to correct scratches and fading in the back?

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    If you can feel the scratches, you may need Bond-3D.

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    https://leatherdoctor.com/leather-bond-3d/

    If there is rough skin to the touch you need Adhesion-73

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    https://leatherdoctor.com/leather-adhesor-73/

    If the leather is loose and overstretched at the seat cushion you will need Impregnator-26

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    You may need redyeing and refinishing to correct fading and lack the original shine to almost showroom condition.

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    Your further questions are welcome.

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