Category: Leather Cleaning

Nubuck leather furniture looks fantastic when it’s new but as it ages it becomes very difficult to keep it in good condition. Unfortunately there are not a lot of options available as far cleaners and conditioners go. Because nubuck leather is a natural and unfinished hide it tends to absorb liquids and gets discoloured very […]

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Her’s an article I thought you might be interested in if you own leather furniture. “How should I clean my leather furniture?” It’s a common question from our clients. As a leather furniture repair and restoration specialist, I hear over and over again from my clients that they have been using saddle soap on their […]

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This is a question we get asked quite regularly and the answer is quite simple follow these steps for a solution to this problem. Before you start you will need some soft dry cloths, a damp cloth, a neutral PH leather cleaner, some white vinegar, a soft bristle tooth or finger nail cleaning brush and […]

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This is a question we get asked quite often. If your leather furniture has mold on it you will need to get to the bottom of what has caused it. Usually the most common causes of mold are dampness and lack of ventilation in the area the furniture is being kept or stored. Once the […]

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8 Simple Tips To Keep Your Top Coated Leather Furniture Looking Luxurious and Always Feeling Soft and Supple (1) The first step you should take with leather furniture care is to read and follow “Manufacturer’s Care Label Instructions” (2) Wipe furniture at least once a week with a soft damp cloth to prevent dust build […]

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Cracks in Leather The only way to un-crack leather is to replace it. One approach that leather repair specialists use is to clean the leather and then re-color it. The result is that the leather will have a uniform appearance. The cracks will still be there but will be less apparent. You can also have […]

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