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Old 27-11-2019, 10:52 PM   #1
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Range Rover Semi Aniline Leather - Ivory

Hi folks,

I’d like to give the leather interior of my recent acquisition a good clean and protect.... I know the Leather is semi aniline - so it’s dyed rather than having a ‘paint’ topcoat - but that’s where my knowledge ends...

I’ve got some Dr Leather dyeblock (unused) which I was planning to use once it had been cleaned - but as ever, a comparative newbie could easily make a stupid mistake and so I’d welcome any advice re cleaning / protecting and regular maintenance. The interior is ivory and in very good overall condition - but I’d like to reduce the potential for jeans dye transfer etc.

All advice, insight and product advice welcomed!

Thanks,

Palfers
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Old 28-11-2019, 11:00 AM   #2
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Speak to the experts Judy at LTT Leather Solutions or Colorlock both are very good
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Dont use dye block if it is aniline as Dye block is a sealant/coating and you want to nourish/condition aniline leather.

However I would check if it does have a top coat as some semi-aniline leathers are top coated so drop a water drop on the leather and see if it soaks in
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