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Old 16.01.2014, 09:50
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Restoring Leather - it can be done!

When we left the uk we left our very expensive leather sofa's in the house while a friend house sat for us, fast forward a few years and the 'friend' never bothered to clean them or nourish the leather, on top of that there kids scratched, spilt, climbed on and generally wrecked them

I've used products from
http://www.furnitureclinic.co.uk/
before, mainly for my cars leather, so I thought what the hell, may as well give them a go, worst case the sofa's still just look ruined

here are some before pics




And the afters





this was just after recolouring, the colour and texture have settled down now (about 2 weeks) and now look almost as good as new

furinute clinic deliver to switzerland too
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