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Old 13-06-2018, 10:00 PM   #2
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Photos can be deceptive, but it does look as though the topcoat is damaged. But I'm concerned to see so much colour difference, as typivcally in leather the majority of the colour comes from the basecoat, and topcoats are limited to 2-5% of pigment in them to maintain rubfastness resistance. But you are right to return it..... it would be interesting to see it under a microscope....


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