Try Leather Hero Dye Remover (No.15) on transferred dye stains. It is specially designed to remove fresh transferred dye from leather. Printed paper, dyed clothing, food stains (such as beetroot and curry), hair dyes, throws, and fake tan are notorious for transferring dye onto other surfaces. Keep it on hand to deal with dye transfer immediately.
Great for getting the ‘denim’ off your car seats, Dye Remover (No.15) is easy to use; just spray on, let it soak for a minute or two, then scrub with a soft bristle brush and wipe off.
Note: leather finishes vary; some are more porous and absorbent than others. If the transferred dye has penetrated into the leather coatings, recolouring may be needed. Where coatings are less porous and absorbent, prompt treatment with Dye Remover (No.15) can completely remove the unwanted dye.
- Finished leather
- Unfinished leather
- Man-made leathers
Note: A test patch is recommended.