Thoroughly rinse the bleach spot if it is fresh. Soaking it with a sponge helps rinse out any remaining chemicals.
Thoroughly dry the area with a towel to pull out any remaining moisture in the couch cushion. Let the spot completely dry.
Apply a fabric marker to the bleach spot that matches the couch color as closely as possible. It may take several applications to affect the spot so it blends in with the surrounding fabric.
Let the marker dry for several hours.
Cover the spot with a decorative pillow if the spot still is bothering you.
Things You Will Need
- Fabric marker
- Decorative pillow
- Leather sofas often come with repair kits that are useful for hiding bleach spots. Apply a leather prep solution from the kit to the area, then sand the area with the included sandpaper. Add the leather dye; the spot should be mostly gone once it dries. Follow all instructions on the kit for best results.