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Thread: How to Remove this Red Dye-Transfer Stains from another Danier® Napa Leather Jacket into this Similar Jacket?

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    Default How to Remove this Red Dye-Transfer Stains from another Danier® Napa Leather Jacket into this Similar Jacket?

    I put two jackets toghther, and the white one is colored by the red one

    How can I remove it?

    Thank you

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    As this is a buttery soft napa leather finish, the pigment is more absorbent unlike micro-pigment for fashion pants or standard non-absorbent pigment for sportswear.

    So a white fashion napa leather jacket finish strength is typically weaker than a white fashion micro-pigment finish pants.

    And a white fashion micro-pigment finish pants is typically weaker that a sports pigmented finish.

    It is the different finish strength that can withstand wet-rubbing that might affect the color removal.

    In worst case the finish need be touch-up – napaColor84 > napaTop78S.

    Here is the recommended Dye-Transfer Stain Remover for Napa Finish.

    Product Used:
    d’Ink7.7 > clean3.8 > rinse3.0.

    Instruction:
    1] Testing finish strength with a drop of d’Ink7.7 at a hidden corner and let it dwell for half hour and remove by rolling a cotton swab to lift off residue follows with clean3.8 to remove sticky residue and rinse off squeaky clean with rinse3.0.

    2] Inspect when dry to see if finish is still intact with satisfaction.

    3] If finish is removed abandon the stain removing attempt unless you are prepared with color and topcoat touch-up.

    4] Even if color remains unaffected by the stain removal process, it is still advisable to re-topcoat to protect the color coat again.

    Hope this helps!

    Email me if you wish to have products information.

    Roger Koh
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    See the below thread:

    http://www.leathercleaningrestoratio...hread.php?t=67


    Bleaching was done to this white Danier® white leather pants.

    It is only recommended for non-absorbent leather, the high pH 10.3 when contact the leather crust through the pigmented finishing will “reverse-tanned the leather”.

    Roger Koh
    Leather Doctor®

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