Posted on: 30 June 2016
Although leather is a hardwearing upholstery material, it can be damaged by scratches and abrasions. Severe damage should be dealt with and repaired by a professional leather upholstery repairer, but you can tackle minor damage yourself. Here's how to do it:
Fixing scratches on leather upholstery is pretty straightforward. In the first instance, try placing a dab of olive oil on a soft, clean cloth and rubbing it into the scratched area.