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  • How to Remove Water Spots From: Leather, Suede Test denatured alcohol in an inconspicuous area. If safe to use, rub the stain with a cloth dampened with a few drops of alcohol. On leather, follow with Tannery Vintage Leather Cleaner & Conditioner or Fiebing's Saddle Soap to condition the leather. Water spots can be removed from leather by moistening the area again with a little water, let it dry or gently blow dry. Never place leather in the sun to dry. Water Stains Clean water stains such as condensation from a glass is easily treated with clean water! You have a stain because the water drop has dried in the middle of a piece of leather. It has a clear point of demarcation to the rest of the leather. What you want to do is reduce that point of demarcation by wetting the entire cushion or area out to a seam or edge. Take a bowl of room temp water and a new sponge. Soak the sponge wring it as dry as possible and starting at the spot dampen the leather and move the sponge to the edges of the cushion. Allowing the moisture to become less and less as you get further from the spot. Do not scrub, just wipe. You do not want to soak the leather just get it damp enough at the stain to release the stain and wet the rest of the leather so that the entire cushion can dry uniformly across the cushion rather than in that one spot. Water has a tendency to dry leather’s natural “oils” so it is best to condition the leather after getting rid of the stain with “The Leather Solution” Cleaner, Conditioner and Protector. Hidey’s Beauty Treatment. Dirty water or tea, coffee, soda can be treated the same way but may leave it’s own mark. That requires professional care.
  • 1. Mix up a mild soap solution. Run a few ounces of warm water into a large, open container. ... 2. Wet a soft towel or sponge. Find a clean, dry towel, sponge or other absorbing material to clean the jacket with. ... 3. Wipe down the outside of the jacket. ... 4. Pat the jacket dry with a towel. Cleaning Items

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