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      03-27-2016, 09:21 PM   #6
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You are a very helpful person and generous with your free advice - GOOD JOB!!


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Originally Posted by Detailed Image View Post
If the color is failing, rubbing it with anything (even just a dry towel) will continue to remove the dye to some degree.

If you are certain the color is being removed, and there is not something that is simply on top of the leather, then the deep cleaning will not help. It may remove more of the dye, but at that point there isn't much to lose as the leather is already in need of repair.

There are plenty of DIY leather repair kits, and redying a small area is very simple. Check out some youtube videos.

-Zach