A black leather ottoman makes a complement to look for a set of furniture that includes black leather sofas or chairs. However, as time passes and ottoman is used for rest seats or feet, piece may be damage, worn, discolor or crack. Restoration of a piece of this type requires use of a series of fault leather materials that can return furniture to its original color and texture, a process that takes two days. Give your ottoman one more time. Attend to any fading / loss of color, dryness or cracking. This helps to formulate a shopping list for items that can address your specific concerns about ottoman.
Determine what your ottoman is made of. Restoration is likely to involve some recoloring, and new leather color application dyes come in two basic formulas: leather color and aniline leather color. Aniline leather dye works on aniline leather, as well as suede and nubuck. Knowing what type of leather is use to make your ottoman ensures that it acquires a compatible dye. A sample of leather used to make ottoman is obtain. You can cut a small sample from bottom of piece. Or ask for a sample from manufacturer if you are still in business. Use this sample to order dye tailor-made for leather recoloring.
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Then, clean surface of ottoman using pH balanced leather cleaner. This removes dirt and gives a clean surface to attach adhesion device or leather contrast medium for. Apply cleaner with a dry cloth or a bristle brush to loosen dirt. Then, apply leather / filler attachment device to any broken. Or cracked areas by patting a small amount of adhesive bonding device in place with a sponge or dry cloth. Apply heat to area using a dryer. This establishes joining device, so it is rigid. Wait two hours before addition of colors to allow bonding device to solidify completely. Aerosol in Faux Leather Sealer for all areas attached. New color and conditioning application.
Apply color evenly to sofa by using spray bottle you purchased which contains leather dye. Lightly drag a sponge across surface to evenly distribute dye. Repeat until color is desire color and all blur and join areas have been cover. Let each successive layer of color dry areas for 10 to 15 minutes before adding more color. And allow final coat of color to dry for a day. Complete restoration process by applying leather conditioner with a sponge and straightening product on surface of ottoman.