Cat or Dog + Leather Furniture = Scratches. It's a fact of life. But Trisha, from Mash Up Chic, found a quick, easy and inexpensive way to cover the offending scratches and with something we all probably have in our kitchen cupboard: Olive Oil. BUT! Before we grab the EVOO, I'd LOVE to hear from a leather expert on this tip. So here's my question to them: Should we use olive oil to hide scratches in our leather furniture or should we save it for our bruschetta?
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