A sofa is a decent investment so you want to make sure that you get as much life out of it as possible and often the colour can wear or can go out a date. Here’s a good solution to fix that problem.
Hello! Well today I want to give you a tip on how to renovate your leather sofa.
A sofa is a decent investment so you want to make sure that you get as much life out of it as possible and often the colour can wear or can go out of date. Here’s a good solution to fix that problem.
As you can see here this sofa is a light beige it looks okay in the photo but in actual fact it was quite tatty and showing signs of wear. And so some of our brains trusts decided to renovate it and converted it from this:
And it’s important to note that the product we used the manufacturer recommended that it not be used to change colour however we’ve been able to do this quite successfully. And it has taken approximately four coats of the colour in order to get the coverage and a satisfactory finish. I’m just showing you the product.
So the product is a leather colourant from a company called Sofa Rehab. Now this particular sofa took just over a liter in order to get that level of finish. A liter of the colouring costs around about $120 but when you compare that to the cost of replacing the sofa it pales into insignificance.
Okay so there you go. So remember it’s not intended for changing the colour but that’s something that we have been able to do quite successfully and it is so far is standing up to the wear of a young family very well. It’s been completed probably around about a month and the outcome is amazing!