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I have a leather living room that has suffered a house fire followed by a water agat fire. The result is that the leather is not burned but has many mildew and other indetermine stains.

I tried to detach it with a special leather cleaner, white vinegar and an ammonia-based product; unfortunately nothing was effective.
So I wanted to know if you had a miracle product or technique to do yourself or by a professional.
Thank you. Thank you.

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Hello,

For mildew, use our Nourishing Oil. This oil will take the place of the moulds and make them rise up. The leather will tarnish, give a rag a blow to find the shine. For other stains it may be more delicate because if it is only impurities that were in the leather it is easy to remove them but if it is a discoloration due to drying you will have to recolour the leather. But a solution exists and you can do it yourself.

Qty.

Sofolk


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