Pets are extraordinary – they become a part of your family, they don’t pass judgment on you, they give unconditional affection, they scratch up your lather couches . . . . . So, my cat Buddy, and an his friend Cat George before him, decided that when they were very young cats, bouncing on and off my lather couch was a big time. Unfortunately they abandoned their imprint. Evidence underneath:
That being said, there was an universe of choices out there, however one that I had in my great old storeroom was Olive Oil. Found in several sites that, showed rubbing olive oil on the surface of minor scratches would do the big trick. So it was worth to try, and in the event that it doesn’t work I can wipe it off with some baguette cuts and have a pleasant snack with my wine.
Results = FABULOUS!
I am really impressed with the result. I utilized a soft cloth to rub the olive oil into the leather seats. And I rubbed it roundly. I think the key is truly rubbing it in. I caught up with a paper towel and buffed it off a bit. I was a bit agonized over oil deposit on the leather, yet the paper towel buffing uncovered that, there was no oil left on surface of the leather. A couple of weeks after the fact in any case it looks magnificent. There are a few deeper marks that are still somewhat visible, but it looks tons better than it did. The oil also brought back the rich tone of the leather a bit.
***DIY source: www.mash-upchic.blogspot.co.uk