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Old Posted: 23-01-2009 , 04:10 PM #1
NJLAOIS
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Default ***HELP! Hair Gel on Leather***

How do I get hair gel stain out of leather suite? It has built up over a year of heads resting on chair. Any suggestions?
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Old Posted: 23-01-2009 , 09:08 PM #2
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Default Hair gel

Hi, I presume it is a build up of grease. I don't know if you have tried good hot water and washing up liquid with sponge scrubber ( you know the ones with the green plastic on one end) use gently. I know it might sound obvious but washing up liquid usually cuts through grease, you may have to give it a couple of goes but it should work. If not, Aldi do a spray cleaner called Power Force kitchen cleaner. It's in a yellow spray bottle and I find it brilliant for grease marks on any surface even the cooker, so this might work also. Kind regards.
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Old Posted: 25-01-2009 , 02:04 AM #3
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Default leather cleaner

hi there, i have a lovely cream leather suite which was so dirty (after letting the house out 4 a while) i was going to throw it out but my partner had a leather upholstery cleaner 4 his car so we decided to try it out to make 1 last ditch attempt to save it. it's called "AUTOGLYM LEATHER CLEANER" you can get it in most motor factors and some garages. so easy to use and can't believe how well it turned out.there were a couple of bad stains but i just gave these 1 or 2 extra applications.hope this helps. best of luck
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