Auto Leather Urine Odor Killer Kit

Leather Doctor®

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Product Overview

Auto Leather Urine Odor Killer Kit by Leather Doctor is a specialty leather-safe system to decontaminate urine odor problems on auto leathers.

This Kit individual products are handpicked from the range of Leather Doctor collections to decontaminate urine odor problems on auto leathers.

The dovetailing holistic sequence of the process is as follows:

1* Restorative Cleaning is performed by Clean Urine 1.5 followed by Acidifier 2.0.

2* General Cleaning of non-affected areas is performed by the Clean 3.8 and Rinse 3.0 systems.

3* Urine Neutralizing Treatment is performed with Kill Urine 2.1.

4* Hydrating and Fatliquoring Reconditioning are performed by Hydrator 3.3 and Fatliquor 5.0 Plus system.

5* Protection is complete with Protector B Plus.

People Also Ask:

What is Urine on Leather?

Aged urine on leather is detectable with its characteristic ammonic odor. The fugitive tanning agent may surface as dark stains and fatliquor spew as sticky cloudy substances. The presence of ammonic odor may indicate the shifting of the leather pH value up to 10. The leather will most likely feel sticky or slimy when wet finger testing it. This sticky feeling is a sign of leather denaturing and reverting to rawhide.

How to Decontaminate Urine Odor?

Stabilizing this sticky phenomenon is done with pre-cleaning with Clean Urine 1.5 followed by Acidifier 2.0. Urine Killer 1.2 treatment neutralizes the urine turning ammonic and is let to soak in contact for a chemical reaction to take place and is very noticeable with a strong sour odor. This odor diminishes as it slowly evaporates. At this stage, the leather should feel squeaky after returning to its chemistry integrity of pH 3 to 5. Stiff leather is relaxed and sticks together fiber separated by Hydrator 3.3. The penetrated stain-removing process continues with hydrating until complete satisfaction during a dry inspection before fatliquor (fat and oil reconditioning or replenishing with Fatliquor 5.0 Plus. In severe cases, color refinishing is the last resort for a pleasing appearance.

How to Perform a Restoration Cleaning?

1* Surface contamination is towel extracted and remaining soiling is removed with Clean Urine 1.5 in conjunction with detailing horsehair Leather Brush 1 and terry towel extraction until the towel shows clean.

2* The remaining residue is further rinsed off with Acidifier 2.0 in conjunction with brushing and towel extraction until the towel shows clean.

3* The leather surface is detected for any tackiness and should return to a healthy squeaky feel once the leather is pH balanced.

How to Perform a Urine Treatment?

1* Urine Killer 2.1 is applied and soaked until naturally dry. The sour odor will dissipate once it evaporates completely.

How to Perform Hydrating?

1* A Hydrator is applied to relax the stiff leather, and soaking into the leather helps to wick up suspended foreign contamination.

2* Wrapping the leather with a paper towel and wetting it out with Hydrator 3.3 is an advanced technique to allow time for the leather to soak up.

3* The paper towel is left on the leather without air space to dry naturally; this technique extends the surface of the leather to the surface of the towel, facilitating soiling particulates to be wicked through the paper towel instead of remaining on the leather surface.

How to Perform Fatliquoring?

1* Fatliquor 5.0 Plus is applied, brushed, and distributed until the leather is saturated.

2* Continuous second or third application is repeated each round when water contents evaporate until saturation.

3* Leave the leather natural drying for extra softness.

How to Perform Protection?

1* Protector B Plus is applied by mist spray and spread with a paper towel.

2* For routine application, a paper towel is recommended to extract soiling simultaneously.


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