How to Take Care of Leather Furniture: Part 2

While leather has impressive longevity compared to other fabrics, it too needs care. This can be easily achieved with a set of techniques to ensure your leather furniture will be a lifelong companion. In Part 1 of this series, we shared 3 indispensable guidelines to care for your leather furniture to keep it looking stunning. While implementation of these practices will go a long way towards retaining your leather item’s sheen, there are many other procedures you can follow. Here are a few:

  1. Regular vacuuming and wiping

Dust robs your product of its polish if you allow it to linger for too long. Care for your leather furniture by regularly vacuuming and wiping using a dry cloth. Clean vigorously, but do not apply undue pressure. With constant cleaning you ensure that dust cannot settle into your leather furniture. Make your leather furniture appear well cared for to get that added wow factor from guests

  1. Waterproofing

A strong coating is required to repel water in all its various forms. Maybe your child drooled on it. Maybe you spilled some wine. Regardless of the reason, water can leave a nasty stain. To avoid your furniture bearing the brunt, get it treated to be waterproof These treatments need to be done only once a year, but it is imperative to do so. Waterproofing can be done either through sprays or waxes. We recommend using special leather waxes due to their durable nature and buffing qualities

  1. Polishing

While largely for aesthetic value, polishing is integral to caring for leather’s unmistakable shine. For items like bags and wallets, it provides a glowering impression of you. Some polishes have moisturizing elements, which adds to its benefits. After all, part of the reason for buying leather is the aesthetic


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