How to Remove a Stain from a Leather Sofa?

       If you are a party guy and loving throwing a party with it comes to an endless extravaganza of dinner parties, gatherings, and drinks.
      Sometimes, you might have a stain on your lovely leather sofa. And how can us remove it from your couch? Keep reading.
  

     Step 1Clean the leather surface. Use a cloth lightly dampened with your chosen cleanser to wipe the stained area. Drag the dampened cloth over the area gently; you do not want to scrub the leather. Be sure to wipe the entire surface of the stained area from edge to edge, seam to seam.

  • This is because you yourself could leave a stain on the leather if you just clean a specific area. It’s better to dampen and clean the entire section of the leather cushion, rather than only treat the stained area.
  • If you want to make your own cleaning solution, mix together one quart of hydrogen peroxide, ¼ cup of baking soda, and one tablespoon of liquid dish soap. Gently combine these ingredients together in a bowl. Dip your cloth into the solution and wring it out.
    Step 2Wash the stuffing. Since the stuffing may be saturated with stain, you can buy the leather sofa cleaner at the mall. Wash the stuffing as you would wash any kind of clothing by hand, in a large sink or tub. Apply the enzymatic cleanser to the stuffing, and use your hands to work the cleaning solution into the urine-saturated area. Squeeze the stuffing, and rinse it with clean running water. Do this many times to be sure you completely rinse out and neutralize the urine stain and odor.
  • Allow the stuffing to dry naturally outside. If the stuffing can dry outside but not in direct sunlight, that may help get rid of the stain smell even more. Note: the foam padding and the leather cover of the sofa can be put in direct sunlight prevent deforming
      Step 3Reinsert the stuffing.
Insert the stuffing back into the leather cushion once the stuffing and cushion are both completely dry. Do your best to reposition the stuffing how it was in the cushion originally, and zip the cushion shut again.
         

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    References

     https://www.wikihow.com/Remove-a-Urine-Stain-from-a-Leather-Couch

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