Ink Remover cleans recent ballpoint ink or lipstick from top-coated leather, vinyl or vinyl-like surfaces.
Ink Remover may sometimes be used for fresh stains on bycast and aniline leather that have had prior treatment with Leather Protector. On some aniline leather, it may cause darkening that could disappear in a couple of days. Test before use.
Pre-test: Apply the product on a hidden area to check the outcome. If leather darkens after drying or you experience discoloring or are otherwise not satisfied with the result, discontinue use. Removal becomes increasingly difficult, or impossible, over time.
Directions: Rub the product directly over the spot a few times, allowing 30 seconds for the ink to dissolve. Once you see the ink start to dissolve, use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe away both the Ink Remover and the ink mark. For stubborn stains, a second application may be needed. Do not rub! If ink is not removed after two applications, contact us, as a leather expert will need to remove the stain.