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How to correct sticky patches from Protected Leather

Sticky patches on leather are normally in high wear areas. The surface, transparent, protective coating is worn away revealing the "sticky" colour coating underneath. The area requires a very gentle clean and the top finish re-applying.

Step One Dab on foam from Leather Soft Cleaner and dab gently without rubbing
Step Two Dry with kitchen towel
Step Three Dab on foam from Leather Soft Cleaner and dab gently without rubbing
Step Four Dry with kitchen towel and then a hair drier from 12 inches away
Step Five If problem persists, ask for help
Step Six You may need to use tweezers to remove foreign fibres
If problem persists, ask for help
Step Seven Spray on Fix 181 (Gloss or matt) from 12 inches, overlapping onto good leather
Step Eight Allow to dry or dry with a hair drier from 12 inches

The Fix 181 re-applies the top, protective layer and seals in the sticky colouring coat. The stickiness will vanish and if the sticky patch has changed colour slightly, the original colour should be restored.
Fix 181 is the same chemical type originally used in the leather manufacture.