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How To Care For Your Leather Seating


Leather Seating: Essential Tips For Proper Care & Maintenance

Leather seating is a luxurious and timeless addition to any space. Whether it's a leather armchair, pouffe or dining chairs, leather seating offers both style and comfort. Leather is a natural material that is durable, soft, and distinctive in its appearance. It comes in a variety of types and finishes, each with its own unique characteristics. In this guide, we will provide you with valuable tips and techniques for the best way to care for your leather seating.

How To Clean Leather Seating

Regular cleaning is an essential aspect of caring for your leather seating. It helps to remove dust, dirt, and oils that can accumulate on the surface over time.

Dust your leather furniture regularly using a soft, dry cloth or a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment. This will help remove any loose dirt and crumbs from the surface of the leather.

Wipe your sofa carefully with a damp cloth for a deeper clean. Be careful not to saturate the leather and use distilled water if possible to prevent damage from occurring.


Additionally, consider having your leather seating professionally cleaned every few years for a deep clean. This will allow for any lingering stains to disappear.

Preventative Measures

Avoid direct sunlight - Keep leather items out of direct sunlight and heat sources that can cause them to lose moisture, crack and even discolour. If it's not possible to avoid sunlight, use curtains or blinds to block out UV rays during the middle of the day.

Waterproof your leather furniture - Waterproof leather products to protect them from damage caused by moisture and stains. Use a waterproofing spray designed for leather and apply it evenly, allowing the furniture to dry completely before sitting on the furniture.

Condition your leather furniture - Leather can dry out and crack over time, so it's crucial to moisturise and condition it regularly to prevent this from happening.

How To Remove A Stain

Wipe up spills right away using a dry cloth. Blot anything that spills onto the leather upholstery as quickly as you can. To absorb as much of the spilt liquid as you can, use a dry cloth. Always blot spillages as wiping them will just make the stain worse. Place the dry towel over the stain and let it sit there to absorb. To avoid aggravating the stain, it is advisable to seek professional advice if it is a severe stain. The most crucial thing is to mop up spills as soon as possible to prevent the leather from becoming wet.