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LeatherProteinRemover-9.9

$13.95

LeatherProteinRemover-9.9

$13.95
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LeatherProteinRemover-9.9 by Leather Doctor is a pH 9.9 cationic specialty solution developed 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. It is mandatory to follow with Acidifier-2.0 to rinse and pH balance the alkalinity as a holistic leather-safe system, thus safe for all leather, vachetta, suede, nubuck, hair-on, woolskin, and feather. Compound stains are further treated with KillUrine-2.2 for urine stains, CleanTarnish-1.3 for bloodstains and CleanTannin-3.5 for plant and vegetable related coloring. Size Options are available in Fill and Con. Fill is concentrate in the bottle to be cut and fill-up with distilled water prior to use to save on shipping. The Con is concentrated to be cut/mix and fill with distilled water at a ratio of 1: 10 prior to use to save on shipping.

Instruction:

1 Inspect and remove all caked and surface deposits prior to application.

2 Apply, agitate and extract with repetition until the stain is removed.

3 Neutralize and rinse with mandatory Acidifier-2.0 until towel shows clean to a squeaky feel.

Tips:

Bloodstains tend to coagulate and bind tenaciously, thus using an appropriate tool like a bamboo skewer helps to dislodge the stain. Caution! In most cases, the finishes are likely removed, then refinishing the coloring the topcoat luster has to factor into consideration.

BLOOD STAINS is a protein-based stain that has the tendency to coagulate with the leather protein fiber and makes removal tougher than other protein stains even working with appropriate leather protein stain removal. It has also the iron component that will get darker in color when it ages. Dried blood stains will range from tan to black with an outer ring. When the protein component is first removed with CleanProtein-9.9 and rinse with Acidifier-2.0 neutralizing effect, the other secondary iron component present will need to go through another reduction-oxidation (redox) chemical reaction again when dry and neutralized with Basifier-8.8. Thereafter, another option available is by leather rejuvenating to revive color intensity or color refinishing to camouflage remaining residue from compounded and failed attempt stains. Hydrogen Peroxide, an example is not recommended for bloodstain removal on leather, as oxidation will “cook” the protein leather fiber and the bloodstain as well, altering their original chemistry, thus remaining stains may not match up with the chemistry of the mentioned products formulated for.

NUBUCK BLOOD STAINS REMOVAL – Instruction:

1. If the blood has dried and caked, the build-up area should be gently brushed with Nubuck Brush-2 or using a wooden ice-cream stick as a spatula.

2. Apply CleanProtein-9.9 to the center of the stain and start massaging gently with Brush-2 or Spatula to breakup the stain.

3. Continue applying (control to not to overflow too far over the stain edge).

4. Agitate and towel extract until towel shows clean.

5. Neutralize and rinse off remaining residue with Acidifier-2.0 until towel shows clean.

6. Allow to dry for inspection.

7. Any traces of iron (rust) coloring component remaining is removed with CleanTarnish-1.3.

8. Apply neatly onto the stain and let it natural dry to do its reduction-oxidation (redox) reaction.

9. Inspect when dry for satisfaction or repeat treatment.

10. Satisfied result will need immediately neutralized and rinse off with Basifier-8.8.

Tips:

Option is by leather rejuvenating (Hydrator-3.3 > Fatliquor-5.0) any faded leathers to intensify it with camouflaging help.

Another is by color refinishing to improve appearance.

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