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Ballpen ink on leather...

Started by Lance_R, July 31, 2003, 01:40:10 AM

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How can i remove a pen ink on leather seats. Ive tried scrubbing it with shampoo, waxing, even rubbing. Would kerosene work? pls. help...


use APC all purpose cleaner of meg...
it will do the job... and use a toothbrush to scrub it off...


wd40 on a cloth... don't use abrasives!!!
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Quote from: theveed on July 31, 2003, 09:57:43 AM
wd40 on a cloth... don't use abrasives!!!

what if matagal na matatanggal pa ba ito ?


Ayaw sa wd40... :'(

Palagay matagal may 1 week na din un e. Dun ko nakuha un nung inawan ko sa paintshop. Dami talaga hassle... :(

Anymore suggestions po. Calling the detailing gurus help please...


There is a product called "Goo Gone"  It is a lemon oil and kerosene based cleaner.  You might be able to find some in Tru- Value.  It is usually very safe on stable dyes but try it on a small portion first.  if you can't find it, Kerosene or Paint thinner will work.  be prudent when you use these and test for fading in a hidden area using a cotton bud.  The paint thinner to use is the one that is for enamel. (the slightly oily one) Do not use acrylic thinner because this will surely damage your leather.  Hope this helps you.  
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