Durable and low maintenance, leather will stay looking great over time with proper care. Leather is generally easy to care for with a few simple steps and a quick easy maintenance routine.
To clean: Vacuum the upholstery moving it from left to right in short, overlapping lines. Apply commercial leather cleaner as directed on its original packaging.
For spills: Leather can stain, especially with liquids so be sure to attend to any spills quickly. For water-based spills wipe clean with a white cloth that is dampened with distilled water, then let air dry.
For more stubborn stains, combine mild detergent with distilled water. Dampen a clean cloth or sponge with this mixture and apply gently to the spill. Pat dry with a clean, dry cloth.
Oil stains should be blotted with a dry, clean, white cloth. Excel oil will dissipate over time. If the stain causes discoloration, you may consider a leather degreaser to reduce the appearance of the stain.
To maintain: A leather conditioner will keep your leather soft and supple over time. We recommend applying a conditioner every 6 to 12 months to help your leather furniture maintain its natural oils.