Leather and Vinyl Repair Runs in the Family
Rub 'n Restore Colors and Clear Prep+Finish were developed in the early 1980s as a superior conditioning dye for vinyl and leather. The inventor sold distributorships to restoration professionals throughout the United States. Among the most successful was a mother-daughter team called Vinyl Ladies operated by Catherine 'CC' Christensen and Lesandre Holiday.
CFO/Mom/The Original Vinyl Lady
CC always dreamed of being a professional artist, but she harbored no delusions that it could pay the bills. Becoming a Vinyl Lady married the two. CC was quickly renowned as the finest dye artist in Southern California, working on collectible cars, boats, and aircraft. Her talents were further diversified by the quirky demands of the RV industry. With the arrival of the Internet, CC knew the product now called Rub 'n Restore would transform the way people care for and color their leather and vinyl.
CEO/Daughter/Gal in the Videos/Vinyl Lady 2nd Gen
Lesandre grew up playing in the paints. At the age of seven she sprayed her first door handle and got overspray everywhere. Thank goodness Rub 'n Restore is so easy to clean up! She surprised everybody, including herself, when she excelled at Vinyl Ladies. CC and Lesandre's over 45 years of combined experience in the field of leather and vinyl repair steered the methodology behind Rub 'n Restore. Lesandre started filming projects using a garage-sale camera on a tripod and uploaded them to YouTube, and the phone started to ring. Now we're leading a revolution in DIY leather and vinyl restoration, one sofa at a time.