How to cover scratches & repair leather furniture
If you have cats, you probably need to cover scratches & repair leather furniture in your home. I have three cats and they use four chairs in the basement as scratching posts. I can’t find a solution to curb their behavior so I need to make them look better before I can reupholster them. Furniture Clinic has a product called Leather Re-colouring Balm that looks like it’s the answer to my problems. I will show you the process from start to finish and you can see if it will work for you too.
I love my cats, but…
My indoor cats have many scratching posts around the house but they prefer to use my basement chairs instead. The chairs are still in good structural shape (no holes) even though they look unsightly. Thank goodness for that! I am dealing with surface scratches and flaking leather pieces that are exposing the light colored fabric substrate beneath the bonded leather. I still like the chairs (and the kitties!) so I still want to keep all of them in the house. Sully, Kensie and Finni manage to spread the damage equally over the surface of all four chairs so I have a product that is made for coloring large areas.
Do you need to cover scratches& repair leather furniture?
I will show you how to test your leather furniture (or goods) to see if they are candidates for this repair process. Not every leather product is created equal and it’s necessary that your leather be able to absorb water. This water test is easy to perform. I show you how to prepare your leather for a complete make-over and extend the life of your leather furniture. This is an inexpensive repair that can be done anytime you see new damage. You just need a few simple supplies. Let’s see how Leather Re-Colouring Balm from Furniture Clinic works.