How to Clean Leather Upholstery in a Natural Way

How to Clean Leather Upholstery in a Natural Way

on May 23, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you own leather furniture but want to abstain from using potentially harmful chemicals and detergents to clean it and to remove stains, there are some safer, natural methods to do so. Here are some tips on cleaning your leather upholstery in a natural way, so that you preserve your health as well as the health of your leather upholstery: Avoid using ammonia, bleach and other harsh chemicals, because leather is a natural material with pores which can be ruined easily by using unsuitable detergents Clean your leather furniture at least once in every 3 months. First of all,...

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How to Clean Your Nubuck Furniture

How to Clean Your Nubuck Furniture

on May 5, 2017 in leather cleaning | 0 comments

  Nubuck is made of the outside of cowhide and is sanded so a nap is created. Although the outside of the hide is much more durable and stronger than the leather from the inside, nubuck still is prone to staining and soiling. But don’t worry, in most cases, you will be able to clean your furniture and remove some of the stains by yourself. Here are the steps to follow in order to safely and properly clean your nubuck furniture: Regular maintenance   Use a special nubuck eraser (sponge) or cloth to clean the surface of your upholstery....

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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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