Leather Pigmented Bloodstain Remover - Kit-P3.bs by Leather Doctor is specially developed to remove bloodstains that contain both coagulating protein and rusty stains. Old blood stains do coagulates but should not caused undue problems if it sits on leather finishes. Dried bloodstains may range from tan to dark brown with an outer ring. Dried deposits should be gently brushed, thereafter d’Protein-10 is applied with gentle agitation until it starts to dissolve and run. Acidifier-2.0 is use to neutralize and rinse the remaining residue. d’Tarnish-1.3 is left to work on the rusty trace of the stain until naturally dry. When the stains are gone, Hydrator-3.3 follows to relax stiff leathers and remove surface tension for an even appearance. Fat and oil replenishing for leather softness when dry is accomplished with Fatliquor-5.0. Protector-B+ imparts a non-stick buttery-feel that shields the leather against sticky soiling. Note that the mentioned products suffix numbers denotes its pH value in this holistic approach to bloodstain removal process for auto-perforated leathers.
1. Surface deposit are brushed away using the horsehair Brush-1.
2. Spray d’Protein-10 agitate with horsehair Brush-1, let dwell 10 to 30 minutes and towel extract until towel shows clean.
3. Spray Acidifier-2.0 and towel extract until towel shows clean.
4. Shake d’Tarnish-1.3 until crystal is completely dissolved prior to spraying and agitating the remaining rusty stain.
Preferably let it soak with the a paper towel to wick soiling of the surface of the leather until dry.. Repeat if necessary.
1. Hydrator-3.3 is applied to soak into the leather to relax stiff and stick together fibers and to wick out suspended foreign
2. Wrapping the leather with paper towel and wet it out with Hydrator-3.3 is an advance technique to let the leather soak up
3. The paper towel is left on the leather to dry naturally; this technique allows the wick soiling particulates to be trapped by the
paper towel instead of remaining on the leather surface.
Fat and Oil Replenishing
1. Fatliquor-5.0 is applied and distributed with a foam brush until the leather is saturated.
2. Continuous second or third application is repeated each round the water contents evaporates until saturation.
3. Leave the leather natural drying for extra softness.
1. Protector-B+ is applied by mist spray and spread with paper towel.
2. For routine application, a paper towel is recommended to extract soiling simultaneously.
Kit Content and Product Description:
Leather Doctor® Acidifier-2.0 (250ml)
This is a waterbased pH 2.0 leather acidifier ten times stronger than Rinse-3.0 developed to rinse and neutralize Bleach-9.9 in this leather-safe system. The effect of neutralizing is to reduce tackiness or sliminess from alkalinity and returning the leather to a healthy squeaky-feel. The objective is to return the leather to its pH neutral of 3 – 5 for the leather-structure chemistry integrity sake.
Leather Doctor® d’Protein-10.0 (250ml)
This is a waterbased pH 10 leather protein stain remover. It is for removing blood, body-discharge, milk, cream, ice-cream, egg, meat juices, vomit, perspiration, urine and other protein based stains. In addition, any staining that comes from a living animal or person will probably need this product in the removing process.
Leather Doctor® d’Tarnish-1.3 (30ml)
This is a waterbased pH 1.3 leather tarnish remover. It is for removing metallic stains like rust and tarnish.
Leather Doctor® Hydrator-3.3 (250ml)
This is a waterbased pH 3.3 leather-safe hydrator with active surfactantcy for lowering the interfacial tension. It is for hydrating dried, stiffed or shrunk leathers to separates the crushed, stick together fibrils and relaxes them. It is for charging the leather protein fibers below its iso-electric point positive for long lasting hydrogen bond with the ionic negative charged Fatliquor-5.0. It is for facilitating colloidal water movement within the leather structure during the wicking process to move soiling particulates to the surface.
Leather Doctor® Fatliquor-5.0 (250ml)
This is a pH 5.0 anionic charged micro emulsion fatliquor to rejuvenate leather with softness, suppleness and strength. It penetrates and lubricates the leather fibers so that after drying they will be capable of sliding over one another smoothly. It softens the leather with stretchability, compressibility and flexibility, while enhancing its rip tensile strength greatly. It relaxes coarse breaks, creases and wrinkles enhance suppleness and prevent cracking. It helps to keep leather at its optimum physical performance and prevent premature ageing.
Leather Doctor® Protector-B+ (120ml)
This is a leather scented, non-film forming, non-stick, rub-resistant protector that impart a natural buttery-feel. Its non-stick breathable barrier is essentially to shield the detrimental effects of sticky soiling. Its natural buttery-feel protection increases the leather resistance to wet and dry rubs, thus reduce stretch, scuff and abrasion. It reduces friction squeaks that wear the finishes when one slides in and out of auto seats.
Leather Brush-1 (1pc)
This horsehair detailing brush is designed ergonomically to be an extension of our hand with a sturdy grooved grip. It is designed to produce effective result easily and efficiently. It is recommended for all smooth leather for a soft and scratch-free cleaning. Its length is 7 inches with a three-row bristle 1½ inches cleaning head.
Paper Towel Rags (5 pcs)
This rag works like cloth, lint free, highly absorbent and washable. General application is for extracting suspended soiling or for spreading hydrator, fatliquor or protector. It is used for both dye and topcoat padding for smooth leathers.
3 inch Poly-Brush (2 pcs)
This is a dense foam that resists tearing and shredding and carries more material. It has a solid wood handle that allows greater control for quality results. It is used for controlling and spreading fatliquor for a more even distribution.