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Old 22nd June 2022, 16:11   #1
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Can anyone help , some time ago ( could be 2-3 years ago) a member was selling Leather Colour restorer , but a can't find the post, or who it was. Can anyone point me in the right direction .

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Old 22nd June 2022, 16:38   #2
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Can anyone help , some time ago ( could be 2-3 years ago) a member was selling Leather Colour restorer , but a can't find the post, or who it was. Can anyone point me in the right direction .

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I believe it was member 'blacknwhite'


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Old 22nd June 2022, 19:59   #3
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Martyn, you could try Scuffmaster by Glipstones as one option. https://gliptoneeurope.com/

They do exact colour matches and I've used their products on a number of my cars and been very happy with the finish. They're very helpful on the phone too if you need a bit of advice on leather repair
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Is the colour that needs attention (fading), or that creases are breaking up the colour. The treatments will need to be different.
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The steering wheel on my Golf needs a bit of tlc the colour is wearing through to the grey underneath slightly has anyone used their steering wheel repair kit?
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The steering wheel on my Golf needs a bit of tlc the colour is wearing through to the grey underneath slightly has anyone used their steering wheel repair kit?
I used products from Gliptone, same as used by Nobby, firstly a leather cleaner to clean the wheel, then a Neptune Blue dye to restore the steering wheel to its original colour. The process was simple, step by step using little application sponges which came with the dye.

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enquiries@furnitureclinic.co.uk will sort you out. All the necessary bits and pieces, pefect match for my leather.
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As is normal on this site a lot suggestions, Coolguy I have looked at Gliptone's website, I will use your recommendation . But thank you for all your suggestions.

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