Leather is the Mercedes Benz of seating and normally requires an expert technician to remove problems. This article will serve as a quick-guide to be used by people who have little or no leather cleaning and restoration expertise.
Grease spots (such as butter and oil):
– Rub gently with a clean dry white terry cloth towel.
– If that does not work, proceed to a properly formulated cleaner for leather furniture.
Usually, the previous two procedures work only in mild instances.
– You may also try K2R a powered absorbent spot remover.
Be careful to always “wet out” a whole panel and or “feather in” your cleaning products otherwise, you will leave a water mark.
Spills (such as coffee and soda):
– Blot immediately with warm distilled water with a sponge and a towel.
Do this to the entire panel.
– If that does not work, use a properly formulated cleaning agent designed for leather furniture.
Gum: – Put ice in a bag and hold it onto the area. When the gum is brittle break it off by rolling the leather between your fingers. DO NOT USE ALCOHOL!
Ball point ink: – Rub the area gently with a soft eraser. Be careful not to distort the surface of the leather.
This by no means a “solve all” to leather related problems. These examples are simply “quick fixes” for very small concerns.
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Integrity Carpet Cleaning Inc.