Just wanted to say what a great job Wasp has done on my leathers, on several counts:
Wasp added a back protector to my Dainese two piece suit - I didn’t have time to test it before going on a two week touring holiday and it didn’t matter in the slightest! I can’t even feel the difference now that the back protector is in, my leathers feel as comfortable as they did before!
…and it was also really handy when I got caught out in heavy hail :laugh: :laugh:
Wasp also gave me a little hint on how to clean my leathers and they are now nearly as white and pretty as they were when I got them!! Woohoo!!!
So basically a huge THANKS from me for the above and every other piece of work you’ve done for me, 1st class seamstress!!
Was a pleasure and hope the trousers did’nt look to dirty alongside your cleaned white jacket lol :Whistling:
Her biggest task is yet to come…saving my trousers from the scrapyard will test all her skills, but she is confident she is upto the job
Upto the task…pffft walk in the park;)
Just make sure you wear a face mask and latex gloves before touching those trousers :w00t: :w00t:
The jacket was shockingly white next to the trousers! :w00t:
I spent the evening cleaning the trousers; didn’t turn out as good as the jacket but it was still a massive improvement!
Wasp we agree with Pimli Co-pilot, you’re brave to take on the BL trouser challenge:w00t:
Are you willing to share the secret on cleaning white leather?
SheWolf once recommended using soap (ie bath soap) on a cloth and that seems to work, combined with a bit of the famous £1 shop Astonish leather cleaner. Any further suggestions appreciated:)
But be quick when using it and make sure you wipe it ALL off then nikwax the leather straight away:D