Friday, October 2, 2009

Restore Shine On Your Dingy Leather

Cold weather it starting again and we need coat that make us feel warmer. We find a gorgeous leather coat in our closet but it's in need of a little cleaning. How to restore the shines. First, beat two egg whites, then dip a lint-free cloth into the liquid and rub into the leather coat. Wipe away any excess with a damp rag. The thickened egg whites remove dirt from the leather while the proteins impart luster to the surface. So here you go, you have a shine and nice leather coat again.


Mrs Sweetwater said...

Thanks so much for this tip. My Lambskin needs a lil shine up. and you're right it's time to do it. think I'll do my purses and boots too.

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