How to remove watermarks from leather…

Have you ever gone out in a new leather jacket and been caught in the rain? This recently happened to a friend of mine.

Water-damaged leather jacket

Water-damaged leather jacket

As we all know, watermarks on leather are irreversible – akin to leaving an iron face down on a shirt.

Luckily, for my friend, Famaco Leather Revive Clean and Shine came to the rescue!

Famaco Revive Clean and Shine Leather Treatment

Famaco Revive Clean and Shine Leather Treatment

We simply applied a small amount of the cream to the leather jacket and massaged it on in circular motions and allowed it to dry. However, a warning for the faint-hearted, initially the cream will take the shade of the leather a few tones darker but rest assured it dries lighter! Once dried, we then buffed the leather jacket to a luxurious shine.

On the left is the untreated watermark on the right-hand side is the treated leather

Famaco Revive is a cream meaning a little does go a long way and as it cleans it slightly deepens the colour of the jacket, disguising and removing watermarks.

Once we completed the Famaco treatment, the leather jacket looked as good as new – arguably even better!

 

 

 

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