When it comes to removing specific stains from leather couches in Orange NSW or Bathurst NSW, here are some tips:

If the ink stain is fresh, quickly wipe it up with a dry paper towel. Then use mild soap and water to pick up the remaining marks. You can also try leather cleaning products specifically made for ink stains. Another option is to rub a little bit of rubbing alcohol on the spot, but be cautious as applying direct heat to the rubbing alcohol may damage the leather. If all else fails, consider seeking assistance from professionals.

If the grease or oil stain is fresh, use a cloth to absorb as much of the grease as possible. Then apply an absorbent powder like baking soda or talcum powder and let it sit overnight. In the morning, brush off the powder. For more stubborn stains, there are leather degreasers available that can be used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

If your couch has a mildew smell or visible mold, it’s important to handle it quickly and outside to prevent spores from spreading. Use a soft brush to scrub away visible mold and work from the top down, removing each cushion to clean individually. After scrubbing, use a vacuum to remove any remaining particles. Let the couch sit in the sun to dry and kill any remaining spores. To ensure thorough cleaning, mix equal parts white wine vinegar and water, apply with a soft cloth, and let it dry in the sun.

Blot up as much of the red wine as you can using a paper towel. Then mix mild soap and warm water to create a frothy solution. Apply the foam to the stain with a sponge, clean the area with a damp cloth, and wipe it dry. Conditioning the area with a leather cleaner once it’s dry is recommended. If the stain persists, try placing a sock filled with salt over the stain to absorb the wine, then blot the area with a cloth dampened with warm water.

Blot the area with paper towels to remove as much urine as possible. If there is a zipper on the cushion, remove the stuffing and clean it separately with an enzymatic cleaner. Test a urine stain cleaner on a hidden area of the couch before applying it to the stain. Spray the cleaner on a damp cloth and gently wipe over the entire stained area to avoid leaving watermark stains. Once both the cushion and stuffing are clean and dry, reinsert the stuffing and apply a leather conditioner.

Remember to test any cleaning solutions on a small, inconspicuous area of the leather before applying them to the stain. If you’re unsure or the stains are persistent, it’s best to consult a professional leather cleaner for further assistance.

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