Unisex leather wallet/clutch natural tan, suede

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Unisex leather wallet/clutch natural tan, suede


Leather can seem a very durable material, but when scratches appear, they can show easily and be very hard to ignore. There are companies out there that do leather repair work but this can be costly so here a few home remedies you can try at home first to see if you can get that leather looking brand new again. If you’re using a product you’ve never used before, it’s always best to test it out on a small inconspicuous area on your bag first to make sure it doesn’t change the colour or texture.

If it’s only a light scratch, this can usually be solved by using leather oil or conditioner. First add a small amount of leather oil to the area and rub in a circular motion which may help to lessen the scratch. Leave to dry completely and apply some leather conditioner in order to maintain a good level of oil and wax in the leather. Using Vaseline is also a good option for light scratches. You can use this by rubbing a small amount on to the scratch with a dry cloth for the best results. Always remove excess oil and conditioner after treatment with a dry cloth.

If you are dealing with a deeper scratch, the first thing you should do is clean the leather with leather cleaner which is available to buy from many retailers online. Use a soft cloth to clean the area using the leather cleaning product. Next softly dab the scratched area with distilled white vinegar and once it is dry, use some colourless shoe polish on the affected area until it seems to be blended properly. If the scratch is still visible after this, try rubbing some olive oil on the area and blending with more colourless shoe polish to see if this does the trick.