Open pore leather (aniline) and all types of leather with a rough surface (nubuck, suede) react with liquids in contrast to leather with a smooth pigmented surface. Especially after the absorption of fat or oil-containing substances, ugly greasy spots remain on the skin. The fat stains created in this way cannot be removed with traditional water-based products, and in fact, most of the time, the problem only gets worse.
Areas of application: Greasy areas on the head, back, or sitting surfaces. Greasy dirt on the collar of leather clothing. Fresh oil or grease stains on shoes. The best chance is to remove a fresh grease stain. The larger and older the greasy dirt (especially furniture or collar parts that have been greasy for several years), the less chance there is of a perfect result. In such cases, only professionals experienced in skin cleaning and skin restoration can help.
Usage: The degreasing spray is a solvent-containing spray with added white absorbent powder. The solvent dissolves the oil and grease, and the absorbent powder absorbs it. Try each product on a small (less visible) area first! Spray the greasy area so that the spray covers it. Allow the white absorbent powder to dry completely. Then vacuum the dust and carefully wash off the residue. We repeat the above until the expected result is achieved.