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Leather Care Instructions
Under normal usage conditions, regular dusting and vacuum cleaning in crevices is all that is necessary to clean your furniture. Â Remember that exposure to excessive sunlight and heat may cause the leather to fade or lose its soft, supple hand. Â Try to avoid these conditions and remember to add humidity in dry conditions.
You may want to consult a professional before attempting to clean leather. Â Because leather is a product of nature, markings in the hide may include healed scars and scratches. Â These are characteristics of full top grain hides and do not lessen the wearing quality or beauty of the leather.
DO NOT USE saddle soap, cleaning solvents, furniture polish, oils, varnish, abrasive cleaners, detergent soaps or ammonia water.
SPOTS AND SPILLS: Wipe excess liquid up IMMEDIATELY with a clean, absorbent cloth or sponge. If necessary, use clean, lukewarm water only and let air dry naturally. Â If water is used, clean the entire area where the spot occurred. DO NOT dry wet areas with hair dryers or artificial heat.
STUBBORN SPOTS & STAINS: Use a mild NON-DETERGENT soap solution. Â Apply soap to a clean, wet sponge and wash, then rinse well. Â Let the area air dry.
BUTTER, OIL OR GREASE: Â Wipe excess butter, oil or grease off the leather with a clean, dry cloth. Leave the area alone as the spot should dissipate into the leather in a short period of time. Do not apply water or try to wash the spots.
Information provided by Greenhouse Fabrics, greenhousefabrics.com