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    Default Leather cleaning products & Ph

    Roger I noticed that all your products have a Ph designation, and I think that finished leather is slightly acidic 3.5 to 5 Ph. If we're trying to remove body oil and unknown soils on arms, seat and back cushions, what are the products we would use, and how much of each product would be necessary to complete a fullsize sofa.
    I have a picture of a Nubuck navy blue sofa that I will be working on in a few weeks. I need to know how to put a picture on the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chet View Post
    I have a picture of a Nubuck navy blue sofa that I will be working on in a few weeks. I need to know how to put a picture on the forum.

    Posting pictures to the forum:

    Step 1: Go to http://photobucket.com/ website and create a free account.

    Step 2: Download pictures to your account at photobucket.com

    Step 3: Click at the IMG Code

    Step 4: You will see this “Copied” (Copied highlighted in yellow)

    Step 5: Go to the forum and click “Post Reply”.

    Step 6: When Message box appears click Paste.

    Step 7: Click “Preview Post” to view your picture.

    Try it out!

    Let me known if you have difficulties.

    I will post the other two questions in my next post.

    Roger Koh.
    LeatherDoctor® System

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