Leather couches are expensive and when you buy one, you usually expect to have it for a long time. However, children, pets and sharp corners can rip, tear and puncture that leather if they are not careful. Instead of tossing out the...
Dye a Leather Couch
How to Dye a Leather Couch: 10 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
The couch before and after I conditioned it using EVOO. I've used this method for the last 4 to 5 years to condition our leather couch and love seat. It really conditions the leather well and I've never had any issues with the olive oil leaching back up to the top of the leather. www.thetatteredrabbit.com
We've kept the easy sandpaper-super-glue leather repair method a secret for 25 years until now! Vinyl Lady approved!
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Quick Flaky leather couch fix. Get a chip of the peeling leather, go to Lowes and have the computer match it. Get a sample jar, Paint the flaky spots, voila! Works in a pinch. And looks like aging leather. Just keep doing it until you get another couch.
How to Fix a Dry & Cracked Leather Couch
How to Fix a Dry & Cracked Leather Couch | eHow
how to repair holes and cracked leather in a couch or leather furniture, easy project you can do yourself. Diy leather repair to save your worn leather.
Fix Peeling Areas on Bycast Leather
How to Fix Peeling Areas on Bycast Leather -- via wikiHow.com. To purchase go to: http://www.leathertouchupdye.com/bycast-leather-repair/