Here's An Easy Fix For A Peeling Leather Couch
It's all about damage control
No matter how expensive or high-quality your couch is, time will come when it will start to show its age through wrinkles and worn spots—especially if it's made from leather.
Before calling an upholstery pro, consider reviving your favorite seating yourself with just two things—tinted liquid repair and a flat iron! To help you get started, we've come up with a step-by-step guide that you can follow:
Main photo from: madebymood.com.
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