Leather uphostery should be cleaned at least twice a year in order to keep its original color and to remove any hard–to-remove stains. Check out the best ways to clean it like a professional.
Cold water and liquid soap
Use a simple mix of cold water and liquid hand soap and wipe off greasy stains. It’s important to use a lint-free white cloth. After cleaning the leather upholstery, wipe the excess water with another soft and dry cloth. It’s recommended doing this every 2 weeks.
Lanolin hand cream
If the upholstery is made of natural leather, use a lanolin-based conditioner. The leather upholstery should be kept as elastic as possible in order to last longer and to preserve its original color. A lanolin-based product will do both jobs.
For vinyl upholstery or other leather substitutes you can use cleansing milk. Apply some cleansing milk solution on a clean cloth and wipe the leather upholstery, targeting the most used sitting areas. Cleansing milk will clean the dust, water stains and sweat, keeping the fabric in good condition.
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