How to Remove Cosmetics Stains from Leather Upholstery

How to Remove Cosmetics Stains from Leather Upholstery

on Apr 19, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

With our hurried lives, it does happen to apply your makeup in your car and often this can lead to messing up your leather car seat. Such incidents can occur at home on your leather sofa as well. Thankfully, there are efficient ways to remove makeup and other cosmetics stains from your leather upholstery by yourself and without professional help. Here are the steps to follow, to successfully remove the stains: Remove any excess makeup gently using a dry clean cloth, but be careful not to smudge it around further during the process Make a mixture of warm water...

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How To Clean Your Leather Car Seats And Interior

How To Clean Your Leather Car Seats And Interior

on Apr 11, 2017 in cleaning tips, leather cleaning | 0 comments

Cleaning your car seats and interior may sound like a hard job. But when done on a regular basis it is easy. And with the help of the car manufacturer’s manual, this process will be fast. Seats It is essential that you check your seats. If they have any kind of perforated holes in them make sure not to get any water or cleaner inside of them. Because getting it out later is going to be quite hard. Begin with vacuuming the seats. Use a vacuum hose and attachment or a wet-dry vac. With them clean any large particles...

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How To Remove Food Stains From A Leather Sofa

How To Remove Food Stains From A Leather Sofa

on Apr 3, 2017 in cleaning tips, leather cleaning | 0 comments

Leather is quite the absorbent material. As soon as you have stained your leather sofa with food of any sort the faster you act the quicker and easier it will be to clean it. Quickest way The quickest way to do it is with a microfiber cloth and some talcum powder. Use the cloth to dab as much from the stain as possible. Do not scrub the leather as that may damage its fine grains. Follow the texture of the leather. It is going to be far easier if you apply the cleaner in the direction of the grains....

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