Removal of a damp or mildew stain on leather

Stain on leather sofa, chair or jacket

Remove a mildew stain by dabbing it with a cloth dampened with glycerin.

You can also dab the mouldy leather with a cloth dampened with turpentine.

You can also dab the mouldy leather with a cloth dampened with slightly diluted ammonia. Dilution depends on the leather or fabric. Test your ammonia solution on a hidden part of the leather or fabric and check if it is altered by your solution. If so, dilute the ammonia further. Repeat until your solution does not alter the leather or fabric in any way.Then apply on the stained leather, and finish by applying until complete absorption, colourless wax cream for a shoe or face cream for a seat

Stain on imitation leather sofa, chair or jacket

Apply to the mould stains on the imitation leather a paste of mustard and cold water. Let stand for at least 3 hours. Then wipe the imitation leather with a wet cloth, then again with cotton dampened with baby body wash.

You can also rub away the stain with a piece of bread after removing its crust.

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