Remove Oil Stains from Leather
Getting Oil Stains out of Leather:
Yes, URAD will remove oil stains from your leather in most cases. If you have spilled oil on leather shoes or it is body oils on the arm rests or back of a leather sofa. Obviously, the sooner you get to it with the URAD the better the result is going to be.
URAD has the added benefit of protecting your leather. Often, even water will stain leather if it is not protected. When you get a new pair of boots, shoes or even a coat or jacket, treat immediately with URAD.
Use URAD to get the oil stain out by applying a small amount to the sponge and gently work the cream into the stain. As with ink stains, it may take two or three applications to restore the leather. The lanolin in the URAD will work the stain out and moisturize the leather. The carnuba wax will then help to protect the leather.
Another way of getting oil
out of leather (or grease out of leather) is by putting an extremely absorbent powder on the stain. First gently wipe off any excess grease or oil. The put a lot of talcum powder, baby powder or cornstarch on the area. Put enough to cover it not just a sprinkling. You don't have to rub it in - just put it on and let it sit there. From a few hours to overnight. Be patient. Take a dry, clean cloth and wipe off the powder or you can vacuum it off if you like. If the stain is still there repeat - put some more powder on the are and let it sit again. This is not giong to damage the leather but will soak up the oil or grease.
Once you have removed the oil stain from the leather treat it with URAD to condition and protect the leather.
Here are a few other tips that I've found on ideas for removing stains. Remember all leather is different and one should test these on an area of the leather that is not exposed to make sure that it will not damage or discolor.
1. Try a little bit of toothpaste on the stain, lightly rub it in then wipe it off.
Try non-acetone nail polish remover for ink stains. (Again, be careful as you this may also remove some of the leather's color.)
Aerosol hairspray works well on tough stains. Spray the hairspray directly on the stain and wipe away. This may take several swipes so keep at it. It is generally the alcohol that will remove most stains but some of the other ingredients can damage or discolor the leather so be careful.
URAD is all natural and will remove most stains.
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