For removing blue jean transfer, newspaper print and deep stains like mustard on protected (Type P) leathers
This product works, even when nothing else will. Often on light-colored leathers, it appears that the color is coming off the leather because you can only see the surface. What has actually happened is a transfer of a lighter color to the leather's surface from blue jeans and/or newspaper print.
Pre-test the leather prior to use in a hidden area to insure colorfastness of leather.
Apply the Leather Master Super Remover to a soft, clean, white cloth and blot the leather, rubbing lightly to remove the transferred color.
Pay attention to your cloth to see if you are removing color from the leather. There is a fine line between removing the jean transfer and also taking away some of the leather's original color.
You will have reached maximum transfer removal when you see the original color on the cloth without taking away the leather's color.
Clean the surface with Leather Master Soft Cleaner to rinse away any residue of the product. It is very important to completely remove all residue or traces of the Super Remover.
Allow to dry for about one hour.
After drying, apply Leather Master Protection Cream again to renew the protective coat.