DIY Leather Treatment Will Fix Scratches

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If your Leather couch has seen better days or it is all scratched up, despair no more! We’ve got some easy tips and tricks you’ll love …

Homemade Leather Cleaner

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Pets bring so much joy to our homes however they can leave their mark. We still have all the clawing on our sofa to remind us of our recently departed 20-year-old pussy cat!

If you have a Leather Couch that is scratched to bits and has seen better days, you are going to love this awesome trick.

DIY Leather Cleaner and Conditioner

Leather Treatment via Mashed Up Chic

It involves a secret ingredient that you already have hanging out in your pantry! Olive Oil! Yes, you heard right. The Blogger discovered that rubbing the scratches with Olive Oil restored her scratched up couch to showroom condition!

As you can see from these photos, the state of the Lounge prior to receiving the Olive Oil treatment was quite a state! The secret according to the Blogger is to really work the Olive Oil into the leather. A bit of elbow grease and serious rubbing is recommended.

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Removing Scratches From Couch

Leather Treatment via Mashed Up Chic

When it comes to removing it, she recommends using Paper Towel and buffing it off. Be sure that you thoroughly clean your furniture prior to so that you remove any loose debris. Really deep-seated scratches may be less visible but it will work on the damage that is more of a surface nature.

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Remove Scratches from Couch

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Here’s some other items that will work well on scratches on Leather furniture. Items such as coffee, tea, petroleum jelly and vinegar all have properties that react well with Leather.

Continue scrolling our page and check out the video that has a clever trick for fixing cat scratches on your lounge.

Scratched Lounge Video Tutorial

We have included a video tutorial that shows you another trick to fixing cat scratches. All you need is sandpaper, a toothpick and super glue. To see the technique, click Play above ^

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