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Finding the right leather cleaner

Preserving the condition of leather requires careful attention and suitable treatment. Through using a highly recommended leather cleaner, you can achieve a fully restored appearance, topped with a first class finish.

Understanding which leather cleaner you require is of great importance.

Failing to use the appropriate cleaning methods and products can more often than not, do more damage than good. There are a number of deep leather cleaning products available on the market, so to help you identify which leather cleaner best suits your needs, we have come up with some insightful pointers for your consideration:

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  • Identify which type of leather you are cleaning. With various finishes, it’s important to know which leather treatment you require.
  • Read the label and product reviews before making your choice. Avoid high alkaline cleaning solutions, as well as all products containing solvents, silicones or oils as they are renowned for damaging the surface of the leather.
  • Make sure you use a leather cleaner which works on all colours of leather to prevent any discoloration.
  • You should not use harsh chemical cleaning products containing ammonia, nor should you use any detergent soaps.
  • With any leather cleaner, it’s advised to always pre-test on a discreet area of the leather to ensure there is no damage or reaction from the cleaning product.
  • Even when using the right leather cleaner, prolonged exposure to the leather itself can damage the surface, so be cautious during application.
  • Use a non-abrasive and non-aggressive cleaner which gently works on cleaning the leather without damaging the surface.
  • Even though you may have found the right leather cleaner, the best solution to keep leather in top condition is to avoid any dirt or grime build up over a prolonged period of time.
  • Finding a pH neutral leather cleaner will ensure no damage is caused to the leather.
  • Using leather cleaner regularly helps prevent the build up of dirt and grime, helping you to keep your leather in good condition.

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