ReLuv Leather Chair


I gave this chair with a makeover with Heirloom Traditions ReLuv leather stain. Simply clean the leather with Acetone. Then apply on ReLuv in small sections and pat the product. Then go to the next section.
Clean the chair with Acetone
Side by side comparison. Left side is before ReLuv.
I use a lint free cloth to pat the ReLuv into the lea. This gives it an authentic finish without brush strokes . Used a chip brush to apply the ReLuv and then tossed the brush.
Chair was dry in a day.

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3 of 16 questions
  • Patti McCurlie
    on May 26, 2017

    Beautful job! How long did it take to finish/dry ?

    My sectional is a butternut colour, and is starting to show wear... does this product come in different colours?
  • Marcella Whalen
    on Jun 11, 2017

    Can it only be used on real leather.
  • Jjqq
    on Jun 17, 2017

    Our leather chair has a million wrinkles in it -- does this product help this? I love the darker brown, and plan on trying the product asap

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  • Susie Lee
    on May 26, 2017

    NICE job!!! Looks brand new!
  • Mumandp
    on Jun 5, 2017

    WOW!! What an amazing transformation!! I will have to research this product, I hope it comes in lighter colours too?!?! Definitely worth the effort though. Thanks for the insightful and informative demo!!
    Blessings,
    Michelle
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