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Old 02-06-2019, 10:00 PM   #1
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Valet Pro - Enzyme Odour Eater

Anyone know if this is safe to use on a Leather? It mentions carpets and fabrics can’t find anything about leather use.
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Anyone know if this is safe to use on a Leather? It mentions carpets and fabrics can’t find anything about leather use.
This is not a simple answer.

If you need to remove an odour like milk being spilt then Enzyme odour eater is your best bet. Its pH neutral and only has mild detergents so it's very mild. It's also perfect for removing this type of odour.

If you have a different odour problem please let me know as there may be other solutions.

However, I can't guarantee it will not cause any harm to leather even if it's unlikely. The problem is that the product needs to soak the surface and the foam under the leather, to do its job correctly. Soaking leather with just water can cause the leather to go brittle and or deteriorate the surface. So getting leather wet is not good for it.

Enzyme needs to soak the surface and be left to dry. If you use our product which I do think is the best option available if you need to remove an organic odour, as alternative products like odour killer's tend to be high pH and on that basis are likely to cause much more damage. Finish using a good leather feeder. ValetPRO does not make a leather feeder currently We make a product that seals leather which is different. So a product like this to finish would be a good option https://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/glipt...ditioner-250ml. Apply the following day once the enzyme has dried and done its job.

If you need more help and advice please call the office. Ask for Greg or Elliott.
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