In most cases, stains caused by Glue cannot be removed even if cleaned quickly. Many cleaners and cleaning methods attack the leather's color coat and leave marks. COLOURLOCK Super Glue Remover is a special cleaner capable of removing super glue stains from pigmented nappa leather and artificial leather.
First of all, make sure that the leather is pigmented. Rub a drop of water onto the leather and observe if it sinks in. If it does not, the leather is pigmented. In case that it does sink in, ask us for advice first whether the glue can be removed at all. Dirty leather should be cleaned in advance, from seam to seam, with COLOURLOCK Mild Leather Cleaner. Take some COLOURLOCK Super Glue Remover onto a clean, soft piece of cloth and test first in an invisible area for color changes or emergence of spots. Rub cautiously in the area of the stain until the glue comes off. Leave to soak in for a while on older stains; repeat the process, if applicable. Only rub if the area is wet. If the surface becomes sticky, let it dry completely, otherwise you would be running the risk of rubbing off the leather's pigment layer. Finally, wipe the area with a slightly wet (using water!) piece of cloth. Continue to protect the leather in the treated area with COLOURLOCK Leather Shield. Should any dissolution of color occur in spite of all precautions, adjust remaining stains with COLOURLOCK Leather Fresh dye.