Faux leather repair question

Judy Hudgens
by Judy Hudgens
I have a set of (I now know) faux leather recliners and a matching reclining sofa. One of the chairs has cracks in the leather right behind where the head rests. They are off-white/white. Didn't happen until after the warranty expired (of course). Any ideas how to fix this??
  5 answers
  • Sharon Sharon on Jun 17, 2017

    Yes!! Rubnrestore.com they have repair kits...very easy to use and you can also dye it...and you would have it wasy cas its a light color..this couch is faux leather too..it was gray..i dyed it mahogany. .very easy..a wet sponge and runber gloves

  • Sharon Sharon on Jun 17, 2017

    Good luck..post pics if you decide to repair and dye it..i bought a 16oz bottle for $60 and didnt meed even half..an 8oz bottle would have been plenty with some left over for future touch up..also 2 hrs after it was dry we could sit on it.

  • FL FL on Jun 17, 2017

    Hi Judy! they sell kits everywhere (Walmart-Home Depot) for faux leather repair. I saw them online for under $10 to about $25. The kits seem easy to be easy to use. here is a site with instructions once you have a kit in hand just to show steps involved. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/repair-faux-leather-61559.html  ; Good luck!

  • Judy Hudgens Judy Hudgens on Jun 17, 2017


  • Cori Widen Cori Widen on Jun 18, 2017

    Definitely get one of the kits - not so expensive and easy! Good luck!