It worked on mine. It is why I bought the product in the first place. My best suggestion is to only do this when you are not distracted or pressed for time. It is an art to making it look like the damage never happened. If there are raised areas which will make it look bumpy, use a disposable lighter, heat it up by lighting it then let the flame go out and use the metal to press the bumps down before applying the product. If the material doesn't go down, use tiny cuticle scissors on the bumps then apply. Good Luck!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
It should work but you might try vinyl polish; it may work better with no color matching. If it is too big of a scratch or the polish doesn't work, you could try this as an alternative.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
i think so if you can get the right color match. I had same issue on my leather couch and it took a few times to get the color right, but once I did. Its barely even visible
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
- Salt Lake City, Utah
no really. this is not a paint. defiantly not to fix discoloration problems.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago