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Leather Repair

Posted by decor4fun (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 20, 11 at 17:20

I picked up a leather chair and ottoman recently at an estate sale. Got a great great deal...but didn't notice until I got home with it that there was a small hole in the ottoman. Looks like an old cigarette burn. Is there any way this can be repaired?


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RE: Leather Repair

Check with your local furniture repair services and/or upholtery services. Make sure they work with leather. They can fill the hole however it may be noticable.


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RE: Leather Repair

I agree with Elite. In in my experience some leather repair companies are better than others. If you find a well qualified one you shouldn't be able to see the repair. I actually had my sofa repaired a few years ago and to be honest I can't even find or remember where the problem was.


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RE: Leather Repair

Another thought I have had good success with "Leather Medic" they are located in Florida but they do have numerous franchise locations. You might check out their website.


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