For Ink that is over 24 hours, you will need to strip the ink stain out with Leather Master Ink Killer, which will also remove the color of the leather surrounding the ink stain. The leather will have to be touched-up to match. We recommend using the Touch-Up Recolor Kit.
How do I remove mold?
You can kill mold on leather by using Leather Master Mold Killer Care Kit which contains a germcide, fungicide and bactercide. The Mold Cleaner is conveniently packaged in a kit with all the products needed to remove the mold and clean the leather.
For scratches on pigmented leather, use Leather Master Leather Filler and recolor the area with a Dye Colorant. You can also add a small amount of the dye to some leather filler to help blend in the scratched area.
For auto leather, your auto manufacturer or dealer can give you the color code, which can then be matched to our Auto Color Chart. If you cannot find your color online, we can match custom colors - follow our instructions for providing a custom color sample.