Furniture Clinic Leather Stain Remover (250ml) has a unique cleaning action which easily removes the most stubborn stains from all items of leather:
- Dye Transfer from jeans, clothes and cushions
- Newspaper print
- Juice and food stains
- Sticky marks
- Nail varnish and paint stains
Leather Stain Remover has been designed to remove stains from coated leather surfaces without causing damage to the coating.
The product is a blend of mild solvents that together create a long molecule chain so that when used to remove stains, the product isn’t too aggressive. This can be likened to hot and cold water and the nature in which the molecules behave differently.
It is safe to use on all types of leather except Suede and NuBuck but extra care should be taken when used on Bicast, Two Tone or Rub Off Leathers. If you have an absorbent type of leather, such as Aniline or Pull Up Leather (see if a drop of water soaks in), the Leather Stain Remover won’t be as effective. Instead, use the Leather Degreasser to remove stains from these types of leather.
Leather Stain Remover is capable of removing stains from all items of leather such as furniture, car interiors, clothes, shoes, handbags and all other items of leather.
Aniline and Semi-Aniline Leather
Oil and Wax Pull Up Leather
Two Tone, Mottled and Antique Finished Leather
Coverage & Shelf Life:
250ml Leather Stain Remover is enough to remove a very stubborn stain from an area of leather about 1 meter by 1 meter or larger, regardless of the cause or type of stain.
The product will not go out of date, but will slowly evaporate if the lid is left off. Store it in a cool cupboard with the lid tightly fastened.
Clean the leather thoroughly first using Leather Ultra Clean. This product is easier to use and could remove the stain. If the leather is still stained, proceed to step 2.
Never apply the Leather Stain Remover directly to the leather. Instead, apply the Stain Remover onto a sponge. Gently wipe over the surface of the leather where the stain is and the sponge will absorb the stain.
Wipe the area down with a wet cloth to remove any excess Leather Stain Remover.
Repeat steps if stain still persists.
To help prevent future staining and to make leather easier to clean, apply Leather Protection Cream once every three months. If this is done, future stains will wipe off easily using a damp cloth or theLeather Ultra Clean.
The Guardian Newspaper Recommends Leather Stain Remover
The Guardian Newspaper run a Questions and Answers section where readers write in and ask experts advice on various problems they have around the home. One user wrote in asking how to remove coffee ring marks from leather and the Newspaper recommended Furniture Clinic's Leather Stain Remover as the product to use to remove stains from leather.
Removing stains on leather
I have a pair of Eames-style leather-and-chrome chairs. Unfortunately, the leather seats have got marked, one with a very noticeable coffee ring. How can I get rid of it, or at least make it look less obvious?
'The best cleaning material for leather upholstery is glycerine, or saddle soap,' says Stephanie Zia, our stain expert. 'But coffee stains are tannin stains, and soap sets tannin. For immediate spills, use water. After blotting the excess with kitchen towel, dampen a cloth with cool water and, working from the outside of the stain towards the centre, rub gently. Never pour water directly on to the stain and be careful not to saturate the leather. Dry at once with a dry cloth.
'If the stain has set use the Leather Stain Remover (from Furniture Clinic) removes all stains from leather, including dye transfers from clothes and cushions, and nasty spills such as nail varnish and paint. Never apply directly, though - depending on the size of the stain, dab gently with a cotton bud, a cotton-wool ball or a cotton cloth, rotating the cotton to stop the stain from spreading - as the stain is removed, the cotton will absorb it.'