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Cracked leather on antique chair

Posted by myas (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 30, 09 at 15:49

We have a large antique leather armchair. It's well used and loved but despite our humid climate the leather is cracking. I don't know if repairs are an option or not but we'd like to treat the leather to prevent further cracks. Any suggestions on products and what to do? Thanks.


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RE: Cracked leather on antique chair

Once the leather is cracked the hide is ruined. It will require a recover.


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