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Thread: Aniline Wax Pull-up: Scratched: Leather Bench

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    Default Aniline Wax Pull-up: Scratched: Leather Bench

    Hi Roger,

    Here is the photo of the bench, let me know what you think.

    Thanks,

    Jessica Heering
    604.733.6155
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    Default How to rectify scuff and scratch marks from an Aniline Wax Pull-Up Leather?

    This leather type is identified as an Aniline Wax Pull-Up finish.
    Its surely fun to the child to while away his/her time creatively, but it’s an adult pocket nightmare.

    (A) These are the procedure to rectify the art work.

    Step 1 Spray a leather surface wetting conditioner (surfactant3.6™).
    This will soak-in and activate and redistribute the dyestuff within the leather structure.
    Agitate with a horsehair brush to even out the wet out surface.

    Step 2 Spray a leather softening & strengthening conditioner (fatliquor5.0™) while the surface is still wet.
    This application is to replenish the diminished fatliquor for softness and strength when dries.
    Again agitate with the same horsehair brush for even distribution.
    This fatliquor replenishing will also enhance a deeper tone to the original color.

    Step 3 Spray a leather hydrocarbon based wax effect emulsion (waxEffect9.9™) thereafter.
    This application is to replenish and restore the original wax effect to the aniline leather.
    Spray and even out the application with the same horsehair brush.
    When complete dry white wax residual will appears on leather surface.
    Apply heat with a hot blower to activate the surface wax.
    The leather will revert back to the original darker colored aniline wax pull-up effect.

    (B) For optional restorative cleaning the prior procedure is as follows:

    Step 1 Spray with a leather heavy duty preconditioner (superCleaner4.0™).
    Agitate with a horsehair brush and let dwell 5 to 15 minutes.

    Step 2 Spray with a leather cleaner (cleaner3.8™).
    Agitate with a horsehair brush and extract suspended soil with a white rag.

    Step 3 Spray with a leather acidifier rinse (rinse3.0™)
    Extract until rag shows clean.

    (C) For optional future periodic maintenance cleaning requirement is as follows:

    Step 1 Spray with a leather cleaner (cleaner3.8™).
    Agitate with a horsehair brush and extract suspended soil with a white rag.

    Step 2 Spray with a leather acidifier rinse (rinse3.0™)
    Extract until rag shows clean.

    Step 3 Spray a leather scent non-stick draggy feel conditioner (leatherScent’D™).

    (D) For optional weekly instance sensuous cleaning and conditioning.

    Just spray leatherScent’D™ and wipe.


    Let me know your decision, DIY option or professional services.

    Any further questions are welcome.
    Roger Koh.

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    Default Cleaning

    Hi Roger,

    I think it would be best if we we had you professionally clean it. If you e-mail me at [email protected] I can discuss it with you more and that way I have your correct e-mail address. Thanks.

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