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Old 03-01-2012, 04:27 PM   #15
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I was just getting ready to post a new topic when I saw this one. I agree with ever one above but have a slightly OT question.

I have the ultraleather interior and the couch has a blue ball point pin mark on the seat. I have tried almost everything I could find and at least
a dozen or so possible solutions from google and a few blogs and I still have the mark on the seat.

Does anyone have an idea how to get the mark off???
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I was just getting ready to post a new topic when I saw this one. I agree with ever one above but have a slightly OT question.

I have the ultraleather interior and the couch has a blue ball point pin mark on the seat. I have tried almost everything I could find and at least
a dozen or so possible solutions from google and a few blogs and I still have the mark on the seat.

Does anyone have an idea how to get the mark off???
Here are instructions I got directly from the mfg.

Hope it works for you.

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Ultraleather™, Brisa® and Ultratech 7000®

Care Instructions




Unsurpassed Ease of Care
q Spot Clean with mild soap and water
q Air dry or dry quickly with warm setting of a hair dryer
q For stubborn stains, use mild solvent
q For tougher stains Fantastik® brand spray cleaner has been shown to be successful
q Disinfect with a 5:1 non-chlorinated bleach solution only
q Machine washable – Gentle wash cycle



For the following stains, a mild detergent may be used to remove:

STAIN MILD DETERGENT
Red Wine, Liquor √
Coffee, Tea, Coca Cola √
Milk √
Ketchup, Mustard, Mayonnaise √
Steak Sauce, Soy Sauce √
Butter, Salad Oil √
Chocolate √
Lipstick, Make-up, Face Cream √
Suntan Oil √
Machine Oil √
Urine, Blood √









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Ultraleather™, Brisa® and Ultratech 7000™

Ballpoint Pen Removal Instructions



1. Wipe the stain off with ethanol (rubbing alcohol)

2. Prepare a solution of 50% non-chlorinated bleach, 50% water.

3. Place a thin line of tissue over the ink stain.

4. Apply the non-chlorinated bleach solution to the tissue. Be sure to not over saturate the tissue.

5. Cover tissue with polyethylene film (Plastic Wrap) to prevent the non-chlorinated bleach solution from drying.

6. Check on stain repeatedly.

7. Do not leave the non-chlorinated bleach solution on for more than 1 hour.

8. When the stain looks almost gone, remove the tissue and wash the stain with water.

9. To neutralize the bleached area, place tissues on the bleached area and apply 15% hydrogen peroxide solution.

10. Leave on for 30 minutes, then remove the tissues.

11. Remove the peroxide residue with water.



While the foregoing instructions have proven to work in many cases, especially in which ink stains were found early, we cannot guarantee that all stains will come out in every situation.

Ultraleather™, Brisa® and Ultratech 7000™

Ballpoint Pen Removal Instructions



1. Wipe the stain off with ethanol (rubbing alcohol)

2. Prepare a solution of 50% non-chlorinated bleach, 50% water.

3. Place a thin line of tissue over the ink stain.

4. Apply the non-chlorinated bleach solution to the tissue. Be sure to not over saturate the tissue.

5. Cover tissue with polyethylene film (Plastic Wrap) to prevent the non-chlorinated bleach solution from drying.

6. Check on stain repeatedly.

7. Do not leave the non-chlorinated bleach solution on for more than 1 hour.

8. When the stain looks almost gone, remove the tissue and wash the stain with water.

9. To neutralize the bleached area, place tissues on the bleached area and apply 15% hydrogen peroxide solution.

10. Leave on for 30 minutes, then remove the tissues.

11. Remove the peroxide residue with water.



While the foregoing instructions have proven to work in many cases, especially in which ink stains were found early, we cannot guarantee that all stains will come out in every situation.
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2. Prepare a solution of 50% non-chlorinated bleach, 50% water.
9. To neutralize the bleached area, place tissues on the bleached area and apply 15% hydrogen peroxide solution.
I'm confused by these instructions as the non-chlorinated bleach I have IS hydrogen peroxide. Is there another kind of non-chlorinated? What's it made out of? I'd find out before trying this method.
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Cliff..

Thanks for the input. We will get the materials tomorrow and give it a try.

Believe it or not the last thing I tried was lacquer thinner
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